Lord Adonis' speech at launch of Congestion, Capacity, Carbon – priorities for national infrastructure

Text of a speech given by Commission Chair Lord Adonis at the launch of the interim National Infrastructure Assessment.

Published: 13 Oct 2017

By: NIC

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