A30 section in Cornwall 'not to be dualled'

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A large section of the A30 in Cornwall is to remain a single carriageway, the Highways Agency has confirmed.

Plans to make it a dual carriageway between Carland Cross and Chiverton Cross, near Truro, have been proposed for several years.

The agency said plans would have to be re-drawn because of the length of time since the original design was started.

It added that government policy now discouraged any new building in open countryside.

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