Part of M20 to be used as lorry park to counter Brexit jams at Channel
Stretch of Kent motorway may be temporarily repurposed under latest contingency plans
A stretch of the M20 in Kent will be used as a temporary lorry park should Brexit result in queues forming at Channel ports, under the latest government contingency plans.
A contraflow system, named Operation Brock, would operate between junctions eight and nine southbound to allow traffic to continue in both directions on reduced lanes, while thousands of lorries are held in line before the border.
Source: Guardian Transport