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Delivering a Sustainable Transport System (DaSTS)

International Networks Improvement Programme

As part of the DfT’s Delivering a Sustainable Transport System (DaSTS) strategy agenda, we have developed a programme of work to generate a range of options to improve the passenger and freight end-to-end journeys through international networks, and maximise the contribution of international networks in facilitating UK economic growth.

Published:
02 December 2009

Delivering a Sustainable Transport System: Executive summary

The executive summary to DaSTS outlines our five goals for transport; the key components of our national infrastructure; the difficulties of planning over the long term in the context of uncertain future demand; and describes the investments in our transport networks.

Published:
25 November 2008

Delivering a Sustainable Transport System: Main Report (570 kb)

DaSTS outlines our five goals for transport, focusing on the challenge of delivering strong economic growth while at the same time reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It outlines the key components of our national infrastructure. It discusses the difficulties of planning over the long term in the context of uncertain future demand and describes the substantial investments we are making to tackle congestion and crowding on our transport networks.

Published:
25 November 2008

Delivering a Sustainable Transport System: Annex 1 (London–Manchester: a case study) (2 Mb)

This section provides a detailed case study for part of the corridor from London to the West Midlands, North Wales, North West and Scotland. Please note this is a large file which takes time to download. You may find it easier to right click on the link and select Save Target As (IE) or Save Link As (Firefox). Please email webmasterdft@dft.gsi.gov.uk if you experience any problems downloading the PDF file.

Published:
25 November 2008

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