Regions'car use charted

September 2009
Planning (14672073);9/18/2009, Issue 1836, p6
The article focuses on a report by the Campaign for Better Transport (CfBT) which reveals that people in West Midlands, England are most dependent on cars. The report examined several factors including how fast people can get to school, public services and planning policies. According to CfBT executive director Stephen Joseph, they want councils to spend on projects which get people out of their cars.


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