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  • 26 February 2008
    The face of the South East of England could change forever within 50 years if opportunities to lessen the impacts of climate change are not taken now, according to a booklet released today [1].

  • 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: 

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