Critique of the UK governments transport policies in which the authors explain in detail why previous policy has resulted in too much pollution, too much congestion, too much investment in `profitable' roads and too little in investment in public transport. Without a fundamental change in policy, argue the authors, the transport sector will continue to impose increasing costs on the natural environment, human health, and the economy. It quantifies the external costs of road transport, and suggests new measures, such as road pricing and financial incentives, to pave the way to a sustainable transport system.
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