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Tag Archives: Transport Select Committee
Causes of congestion
As was flagged up in a recent post, the Transport Select Committee’s report on congestion published today says nothing about the role of traffic lights or any other interventionist traffic management measure. Not a thing. Summary of report here.
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Missing the point again?
Next Thursday (15.9.11) the Transport Select Committee publishes a report, “Out of the jam – reducing congestion on our roads”. Traffic critic, Kenneth Todd, submitted a well-worded statement, and I submitted something in haste. Today I learned that the report contains nothing … Continue reading
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