‘Passport to Kent’ scrapped as delays fade thanks to ‘prepared’ hauliers

Post-Brexit traffic management measures on roads to Dover have been stood down, with the controversial Kent Access Permit (KAP) the first to go, amid claims of improved trade and minimal disruption.
The Department for Transport (DfT) said the KAP was no longer required and the moveable barrier on the M20 has been removed, as “delays have been prevented thanks to hauliers arriving at the border prepared”.
It added: “Industry compliance with the …

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