Transport strategy and planning

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This section sets out information on the Department's overall transport strategy. It includes the Department's plans to support economic growth and to address transport's climate change impacts, responding to the recommendations made in the Eddington Transport Study and the Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change.

Towards a Sustainable Transport System: Supporting Economic Growth in a Low Carbon World (1 Mb)

This document confirms the Government's commitment to a transport policy which delivers economic growth and lower carbon emissions. It summarises the policy and investment plans over the period to 2014; and describes how the Government will implement a new approach to strategic transport planning for the period 2014-19 and beyond. Hard copies of the document (priced £18.55) may be requested by telephoning TSO [0870 600 5522] or through the Parliamentary hotline Low-call [0845 7 023474].

Published:
30 October 2007

Towards a Sustainable Transport System: Supporting Economic Growth in a Low Carbon World

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Published:
01 November 2007

The Eddington Transport Study

The Eddington Transport Study is a joint HM Treasury and Department for Transport project examining the long-term links between transport and the UK’s economic productivity, growth and stability, within the context of the Government’s broader commitment to sustainable development and the environment.


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