Transport 2010 Government Objectives

Glover, John
September 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2000, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p30
Trade Publication
This article discusses the ten-year plan of the government of Great Britain for the transportation industry. The plan expects a total expenditure on the nation's transport system of 180 billion pounds at out-turn prices, over the ten financial years from


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