03 Sep 2021
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From now until 6 November, you can see our latest designs and have the opportunity to let us know what you think of them.
There will be a number of ways you can get involved:
- Our Citizen Space page
- Online virtual consultation
- Public information events
- Telephone surgery
We’ll also keep you up-to-date on our web page, and we’ve launched our new @A66NTP Twitter feed and A66 Northern Trans-Pennine project Facebook page
You can also contact the team if you have any questions by emailing A66NTP@highwaysengland.co.uk. Alternatively, if you would prefer to speak to someone you can phone 0333 090 1192 between 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.
Our face-to-face information events will be held at a number of locations along the route and we are looking forward to showing you our latest plans. To find out where and when our events are, please view our latest newsletter.
If you can’t meet us in person, we will be launching a series of online Question & Answer sessions.
We will be hosting the following sessions, so please sign up using the details below if you would like to attend:
- Q&A session for M6 junction 40 to Kemplay Bank, Penrith to Temple Sowerby, and Temple Sowerby to Appleby – Kirkby Thore: Wednesday 13 October, 6pm – 7:30pm
- Q&A session for Temple Sowerby to Appleby – Crackenthorpe, Appleby to Brough: Wednesday 20 October, 11:30am – 1pm
- Q&A session for Bowes Bypass, Cross Lanes to Rokeby, Stephen Bank to Carkin Moor, A1(M) junction 53 Scotch Corner: Wednesday 27 October, 11:30am – 1pm
- General Q&A session: Wednesday 3 November, 6pm – 7:30pm
To book onto one of the online sessions, please send the following details to the Highways England inbox at A66NTP@highwaysengland.co.uk 24 hours in advance of each session:
- Your full name
- Your email address
- Which session you’d like to book
A link will be sent to you 24 hours in advance of your session.