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A realistic approach to transport infrastructure development


"Any time, any place, any way"

Author: Reform

Publication date: August 2009

The report calls for investment in value for money infrastructure projects such as increasing the length of trains, allowing cars to use the hard shoulder on motorways and basing new aviation infrastructure at existing sites rather than new builds. The report also calls for the abolition of various transport regulators such as the Office of Rail Regulation, the Civil Aviation Authority and the Highways Agency.


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