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  • Bavaria but they argued and he pulled the car on to the hard-shoulder.

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  • The grumpy dad had just collected his son from a summer camp in northern Bavaria but they argued and he pulled the car on to the hard-shoulder.

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  • Labour's solution for congestion is to increase tenfold the penalties paid by utilities whose roadworks over-run, plus more widening of sections of motorway including the M25, and more hard-shoulder running in peak hours.

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  • On the M42 a "hard-shoulder running" pilot scheme, whereby the hard shoulder was opened to alleviate congestion, proved successful and greatly reduced journey times and congestion.

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  • The plans include a £6bn increase in road capacity (already announced) involving use of the hard-shoulder on parts of the M1 and M6.

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  • The father of two motored along at 55mph for 25 miles on the M6 in Cumbria veering from the hard-shoulder to the middle lane, slowing down and speeding up as he followed the action, magistrates heard.

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  • He said the hard-shoulder running could involve the most congested parts of the M1, M25,

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  • He went on: "Managed motorway technology, including hard-shoulder running, is being rolled out to some of the busiest sections of the M1 - with main construction work due to start soon on delivering the congestion-busting system to a key stretch of the motorway.

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