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Urban transport network review

Research by Steer Davies Gleave on peak hour transport capacity in cities in England.

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This study by Steer Davies Gleave provides an order of magnitude estimate of peak hour transport network capacity to the centre of large towns and cities in England. For a number of scenarios, it also establishes order of magnitude costs for increasing that capacity. This study forms part of a suite of three parallel studies, which taken together are seeking to understand the cost of increasing transport capacity into city centres and the likely economic benefits of doing so. The outputs of the three studies informed recommendations made in the National Infrastructure Assessment.

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National Infrastructure Assessment 1

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