18 January 2009
The Government has cancelled plans to widen several hundred lane miles of motorway, the Campaign for Better Transport revealed today.  Drivers will instead be able to drive on the hard shoulder when the ordinary lanes are congested.
15 January 2009
Responding to the Government’s announcement today that it endorses the building of a third runway at Heathrow, the Campaign for Better Transport said that the decision was out of date and not economically sound.
1 January 2009
Responding to the rail fare increases that will come into effect tomorrow (2 January 2009), Stephen Joseph, executive director of Campaign for Better Transport, said:
12 December 2008
Campaign for Better Transport responded to today's rejection of the Manchester congestion charge with disappointment.
8 December 2008
High fares are pricing people off public transport and increasing carbon emissions, according to new research published today by Campaign for Better Transport . The research is timely: the Committee on Climate Change said last week that surface...
1 December 2008
Campaign for Better Transport responded to today’s launch of advice to the Government from the Committee on Climate Change by welcoming the challenge that has been laid
27 November 2008
Campaign for Better Transport deplores today’s decision to abolish the western extension of the congestion charge zone. This has happened in the very week that Boris Johnson promised to make London “the world’s leading city in delivering carbon reductions...
26 November 2008
After securing a strengthened Local Transport Act , Campaign for Better Transport says it looks forward to seeing action to improve local bus services. Cat Hobbs, the group’s public transport campaigner, says:
25 November 2008
Campaign for Better Transport describes today’s Government announcement of £1billion for transport schemes  as a mix of the good, the bad and the ugly and calls on the Government to rethink its plans of building extra road capacity.
24 November 2008
Campaign for Better Transport responded to today's Pre-Budget Report by welcoming the promised two-pence-per-litre petrol duty increase but expressed dismay at the £700 million now available for road construction.