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Steer - Urban transport capacity, demand and cost

Independent research on future transport capacity needs in England's largest towns and cities, informing the Commission's recommendations on urban transport in the second National Infrastructure Assessment

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This independent research by the Steer Group was commissioned by the Commission to inform its work on urban transport in the Second National Infrastructure Commission. The main research report considers what scale of new urban transport capacity is required in England’s largest towns and cities in light of the future trajectory of city centre employment and commuting, and how much could it cost to provide?

The available research includes:

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