Daily Blog 04/12/2011

  • And yet the growth in the number of miles and trips each of us drives began to slow in the early to mid 90s during the dog days of the last Conservative government. This trend became even more pronounced in the early 2000s and since 2005 – notably before the recession and recent fuel price spikes – car use started to decline. Britain has already seen what transport policy wonks call “peak car”.

    tags: transport

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