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7:45am 16th November 2011
Is this the beginning of the end for Cornwall's major bottlenecks?
At the moment, the Highways Agency controls the A30 and A38.
Now the Council is deciding whether to ask the government if it can take over.
That would help push ahead plans to ease jams at places like Temple and Chiverton Cross.
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