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  • 21 March 2007
    Transport 2000 [1] said today that the Chancellor's fuel duty increases [2] and new top rate of Vehicle Excise Duty [3] announced in today's budget are steps in the right direction, but great strides are needed to increase peoples travel choices and tackle...

  • 16 March 2007
    An advance press briefing from Transport 2000

  • 15 March 2007
    Campaign group Transport 2000 [1] welcomes the publication of two reports criticising the cost increases of the Government`s road-building programme [2], but warns the final bill to the taxpayer could be even higher.

  • 14 March 2007
    Buying new train carriages will help some people, but on its own is not the solution to rail overcrowding, Transport 2000 said today in reaction to the Government`s announcment it will pay for 1,000 new carriages to be built by 2014, representing 10% of the...

  • 13 March 2007
    National campaign group Transport 2000 [1] today expressed concern over the Government`s contradictory plans to plough ahead with 'Britain’s biggest mortgage' – while claiming to want to tackle climate change.

  • 9 March 2007
    The economy of the West Midlands will falter if there are not more and longer trains, says Transport 2000 [1], which is launching a manifesto for a growing railway in the West Midlands on Friday 9 March.

  • 28 February 2007
    In the next two weeks we expect the publication of two important reviews into why road costs go up so much. The first, 'the Nichols review', is looking at roads the Highways Agency manages; the second, a review by the National Audit Office, is examining...

  • 27 February 2007
    Campaign group Transport 2000 [1] has condemned today’s announcement by the Transport Minister that plans to widen the M11 around Stansted Airport will be progressed [2].

  • 20 February 2007
    Transport 2000’s [1] concerns about the Olympic transport plan were endorsed today by the House of Commons Transport Committee’s report on the Olympics.[2]

  • 16 February 2007
    Transport 2000 [1] welcomes the extension of the congestion charging zone to some parts of Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea, taking place next Monday, 19 February.[2] Traffic in the western extension is likely to drop by around 15% and congestion by...