Traffic Jam: 10 Years of "Sustainable" Transport in the UK

From Scotland on Sunday: Labour blamed for transport failure

In what is essentially a summary of the Traffic Jam: 10 Years of "Sustainable" Transport in the UK edited by professors Ian Docherty and John Shaw, the article notes the failure of the current UK administration to change transport policies to improve environmental outcomes.

It is out of stock or not yet released on Amazon UK, but looks interesting.

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