The right route
|Rachel Cary et al.|
|30 November 2009|
In our report we have developed five case studies to show how the Government's system affects the transport schemes that go ahead in different locations, by favouring car use above cycling, walking and public transport. We put the original data from these schemes through our proposed revised version of NATA to show how the results could have been different if the appraisal process was changed. Our case studies illustrate the effect that these decisions could have had on people’s lives.
The report was launched on 30 November, 2009 at an event with Theresa Villiers MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Transport.
[Note: since going to press, we have learnt that the Cambridge guided busway scheme is not likely to be operational until the New Year]