The capital merits transport subsidy

May 2013
Evening Standard;5/20/2013, p51
LONDON'S population is set to grow by around a million in a decade. TfL and the Mayor's Office are collectively fighting to preserve our government funding so that we can deliver the improvements to our roads and public transport London desperately needs.


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