Moveable barrier for Kent traffic management on M20 motorway to Dover and Eurotunnel

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Measures to manage traffic flow on Kent’s road network in the event of severe disruption to services across the English Channel.

State-of-the-art technology will be able to be deployed quickly, simply and safely.

M20 Operation Brock barrier to be removed from next week

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Details of work to remove the steel barrier on the M20 in Kent, installed last year as part of Operation Brock, have been confirmed by Highways England.


The removal of the barrier, which starts on Monday (13 January) is good news for drivers. It means that three full width lanes at the national speed limit will soon be restored on the London-bound M20 at the end of the month.

Enforcement of Operation Brock: guide for drivers of cross-Channel heavy goods vehicles (HGVs)

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Information for HGV drivers on routes, restrictions and possible fines in place during Operation Brock.


Read this before driving a heavy goods vehicle (HGV) from the United Kingdom to continental Europe via Eurotunnel or the Port of Dover. Follow this guide to avoid fines and delays.

Operation Brock: Kent traffic management on M20 to Dover and Eurotunnel

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Operation Brock to keep the M20 open in both directions in the event of disruption to services across the English Channel.

Operation Brock

Operation Brock uses holding areas for HGV traffic bound for the EU to keep the M20 open in both directions in the event of disruption to services across the English Channel.

Operation Brock holding areas are in Kent at: