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Transport Resilience

Letter of advice from Government Chief Scientific Adviser

Government Chief Scientific Adviser's advice, dated 15 December 2010, on the scientific evidence on the probability of severe winter weather over the next two to three decades.

Published:
14 March 2011

Briefing on the likelyhood of severe winter weather over the next 20-30 years

Met Office Chief Scientists report to Sir John Beddington (GCSA) on the likelyhood of more severe winter weather over the next 20-30 years.

Published:
14 March 2011

Addendum to brief on the likelyhood of severe winter weather over the next 20-30 years

Addendum to the Met Office Chief Scientists report to Sir John Beddington (GCSA) on the likelyhood of more severe winter weather over the next 20-30 years.

Published:
14 March 2011

Transport Services and Systems, Resilience and Investment

DfT Chief Scientific Adviser's note on transport services and systems, resilience and investment.

Published:
14 March 2011

Winter Resilience Review

The winter of 2009-10 has been the coldest in the UK for 30 years, creating extremely challenging conditions for the travelling public across the whole of the country. For the most part, our transport networks have coped well in the circumstances. However it is important that lessons are learned in order to improve our resilience for future winters.