Roads blogs from 2011 November
29 November 2011
29 November: Hugely disappointing news as the Treasury announces extra money so that the DfT can approve every one of its road schemes.
21 November 2011
21 November: It seems the RAC Foundation needs reminding that population and traffic growth are no longer joined at the hip.
15 November 2011
15 November: A new report shows that the knock-on effects of new traffic have been ignored by the County Council’s modelling.
11 November 2011
10 November: Quarterly traffic figures are out, showing falling vehicle numbers and undermining the case for new roads.
07 November 2011
7 November: The £500 million Growing Places Fund from DCLG looks like yet another policy to encourage car-based developments.
03 November 2011
3 November: Another expensive development-focused bypass is facing a public consultation – this time in Hereford, where the county council is trying to include a £100 million ‘relief road’ in its development plans.