TWK have recently been passed documents which highlight approved plans by the Government to implement and construct a new motorway located to the west of Birmingham, dubbed by transportation experts as “every traffic jam’s worst nightmare”.
The construction design will form a 1 mile stretch of highway and combine every motorway name in the UK. Known as the M178675812, the new proposal has troubled the local streetwork department since the idea was nothing more than a conversation between various public bodies.
Les, 49, from Birmingham City Council said “the new road name is utterly ridiculous, how are people suppose to navigate their way to the motorway easily using their sat nav devices whilst driving and talking at the same time. It should be illegal!”
The construction period will see the formation of a new partnership agreement unseen before, with predicted construction times of at least 20 years, and see billions wiped from the bottom lines of local councils. The majority of time and money being spent on hiring Les out for the construction time using nothing more than a trowel and a spade.
It is said that numerous insurances are covered within the total expenditure, with numerous other construction firms queuing up behind Les should he fail. A spokesman from Pardon Aggregates was recently quoted at a Civil Engineering ballroom dance, saying “Spaghetti Junction was for breakfast by comparison, the M178675812 is the main course!”.
Which leaves us wondering what the Government has install for the British public for dessert, or will Les be the one with the indigestion?