Lack of foresight adds to problems
The regularity of crashes and incidents on the M20 causing lengthy delays continues.
The majority of them, not surprisingly, are connected with lorries mainly of foreign origin. Perhaps the person who monitors these accidents would let readers know the number involving lorries, foreign or otherwise, against cars and vans.
If, when the M20 route was planned, why on earth another junction with services, was not made at Charing or Lenham. whereby traffic could be diverted to either the A20 or the A252 / 251 towards the M2, I do not know. A pure lack of foresight.
In the meantime, the amount of heavy traffic continues. It is not too late for an improvement and more importantly much more urgent than spending money erecting junction 10a on the A20!
Also, can someone explain why the so-called traffic controllers in black and yellow Range Rovers never seem to be around when these incidents occur?
I thought they were introduced to get traffic moving more quickly instead of waiting for police to organise and take action. Tony Newport, Stowting