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  • 18 February 2008
    The method [1] by which the government decides whether to give transport projects the go-ahead is bad for the environment and bad for the motorist, research published today has shown [2]. The research was published by two of the country’s leading...

  • 12 February 2008
    Campaign for Better Transport applauds the new emissions-related congestion charges announced today. London’s reputation as a pioneer of progressive transport will be further enhanced by the introduction of a congestion charge related to a vehicle’s...

  • 11 February 2008
    Campaign for Better Transport [1] today urged the Chancellor not to back down to hauliers and to stick with its planned 2p fuel duty increase for April [2].   

  • 25 January 2008
    A response from the Campaign for Better Transport to the AA report published today which claims that 20 mph speed limits may be bad for the environment:

  • 23 January 2008
    The huge planned Brent Cross development should include a light rail line in order to reduce traffic growth, according to a new report published by the London group of the Campaign for Better Transport.

  • 15 January 2008
    Commenting today on the Policy Exchange report Towards better transport – Funding new infrastructure with future road pricing revenue [1], Rebecca Lush Blum, the roads and climate campaigner at the Campaign for Better Transport [2], said:

  • 11 January 2008
    The Government’s appraisal and funding systems favour road building and make it very difficult for local councils to secure money for public transport and demand-management projects, according to new research published today. [1]

  • 2 January 2008
    Campaign for Better Transport [1] says that today’s above-inflation increase in rail fares [2] is a backward step for a Government that talks about tackling climate change.

  • 13 December 2007
    Campaign for Better Transport has published a factsheet to clear up some of the claims being circulated about fuel duty – namely, that we pay too much tax. The factsheet reveals that: 

  • 6 December 2007
    Campaign for Better Transport [1] today welcomed the Government’s decision to scrap the proposed £540 million A303 4-lane highway and short bored tunnel through the Stonehenge World Heritage Site [2].

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