Transport Commission gets into gear - as Tories set out pro-car policy

Transport policy is set to become a key battleground at the next general election following the Conservative Party's pledge to scrap the fuel duty escalator and oppose congestion and parking taxes. Meanwhile, implementation of the Government's transport policies may be given fresh impetus by the new Commission for Integrated Transport, which has set out an ambitious work programme. 1

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