The latest plans for a new Lower Thames Crossing between Essex and Kent have been revealed.
The road – which would be the largest scheme of its kind in the UK – is proposed to connect the M25 at Ockendon to the M2 in Kent.
An update shows better junctions on the motorway between exits 28 and 29 – as well as with the A13 at Orsett Cock.
A junction for the A128 has also been removed – while a connection to The Port of Tilbury has been added.
Highways England wants the road open by 2027.