Plans for the Lower Thames Crossing go on show to the public from today.
A series of public information exhibitions are being held on proposals for a new road crossing over the River Thames linking Essex and Kent, following the launch of a public consultation on Tuesday 26 January.
The exhibitions will be an opportunity for people to find out more about the proposals and to put any questions directly to a member of the project team.
Highways England is recommending a new road crossing at location C through a bored tunnel. The proposed scheme would run from the end of the M2, crossing the river just east of Gravesend and Tilbury and joining the M25 between junctions 29 and 30.
The consultation seeks views on the proposals and will run until Thursday 24 March.