Keeping the South East Moving
Keeping the South East Moving This working paper focuses on surface modes of transport ? road transport and rail. It discusses options for funding public transport improvements in the South East. It examines three ways in which policy makers in the South East can encourage sustainable mobility: road user charging; softer measures for encouraging public transport use, cycling and walking; and sustainable community design. The paper finally recommends options for better coordinating transport policy and delivery within the South East region and across the Greater South East. By Julie Foley, Nathan Sansom and Tony Grayling of the Institute for Public Policy Research.
By Institute for Public Policy Research , UK.