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  • 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...

  • 16 February 2007
    Press release issued jointly by Transport 2000 and Friends of the Earth

  • 15 February 2007
    Campaign group Transport 2000 [1] is today calling on the Department for Transport to act on the recommendations of the House of Commons Transport Committee [2] and meet its responsibilities to the public by putting in place measures to enable it to meet...

  • 12 February 2007
    Campaign group Transport 2000 [1] has today challenged the Government to put improving public transport and tackling climate change at the centre of future road pricing plans.

  • 26 January 2007
    Responding to the publication of research in the leading medical magazine The Lancet [1], which links pollution from motorway traffic with unhealthy lung development in children, the campaign group Transport 2000 [2] said that this research gave yet another...

  • 26 January 2007
    Campaign group Transport 2000 [1] has come out today in support of the efforts of Richmond upon Thames Council to discourage gas-guzzling vehicles. In advance of the expected decision on Monday to base resident parking permit costs on a vehicle’s carbon...