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The road to improving transport structure

Civil & Building Specialists Alan Wood & Partners www.alanwood.co.uk The road to improving transport structure The Government plans to spend £28bn on Britain's roads by 2020-21, with 10bn of that allocated to repairs. £6 billion to help Local Authorities £4 billion to enable the Highways Agency to resurface the vast majority repair the local road network of the national network by 2020-21 Local Authorities made £32 million of compensation payments to road users for damaged vehicles resulting from poor local road conditions. Long-term capital investment in transport for Yorkshire and the Humber A63 Castle Street access improvements to the Port of Hull to relieve congestion and improve safety A160/180 Immingham dualing scheme Transpennine electrification Additional rail capacity in Sheffield and Leeds The 'electric spine' rail enhancement programme A1 Leeming to Barton converting dual carriageway into 3 lanes Long-term capital investment in transport for the rest of the UK NORTH WEST SCOTLAND NORTH EAST • M60 J24-27 and 1-4, the M62 J10-12, the M56 J6-8, and the M6 J16-19 and 21a-26 managed motorway schemes £814m Mersey Gateway Bridge government investment and pre-qualification for a UK Ġuarantee • High Speed 2 • Northern Hub rail link upgrade programme • Devolved responsibilities include: rail, roads and local transport • Real terms increase in capital budget • High Speed 2 • New InterCity Express rolling stock • A19 Testos flyover construction • A19/A1058 coast road near Newcastle improving access to Port of Tyne and major employment sites • A1 upgrade Works Lobley Hll • High Speed 2 • New InterCity Express rolling stock • Increased rail capacity on East Coast Mainline and Newcastle WEST MIDLANDS EAST MIDLANDS • Managed motorway schemes on M5 J4a-6 south of Birmingham, M1 J13-19 Rugby, M6 J2-4 and J13-15 • M54/M6 link road Wolverhampton • High Speed 2 • A38 Derby junction improvements Mi J24-25 managed motorway scheme at Long Eaton • M1 J28-31 accelerated delivery pilot • The 'electric spine' rail enhancement programme WALES EAST OF ENGLAND • Devolved responsibilites include: roads and local transport, • Exploring M4 funding options alongside response to Šilk Commission • Great Western Mainline Electrification extended from Cardiff to Swansea • Welsh Valleys electrification RI • A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge • A5-M1 new link road M25 J30 improvement works • Lower Thames Crossing SOUTH WEST LONDON SOUTH EAST • Electrification of Great Western Mainline • Capacity upgrade to Bristol Temple Meads station • New Heathrow link from the Great Western Mainline • Crossrail 2 examining funding and financing options • Upgrades to Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines Gospel Oak and Barking electrification • High Speed 2 • Thameslink upgrade • Improvements to London Waterloo station • Increased capacity across London, including at London Bridge, Victoria, and St Pancras stations • M4 J3-12 London to Reading • M23 J8-10 near Gatwick • M20 J3-5 Maidstone, M27 J4-11 and the M3 J9-14 near Southampton • A21 upgrade Tonbridge to • Pembur • A27 Chichester Bypass improvements • A2 Ebbsfleet Junction • A2 Bean • M20 J10a *Subject to due diligence Investment in major road networks hasn't kept pace with increased vehicle journeys £3bnT 300 £2bn- 200 £1bn- 100 1960/61 1970/71 1980/81 1990/91 2000/01 2010/11 Congestion costs the economy £19 billion each year. If current trends continue, this pattern will only get worse, with traffic levels estimated to be anywhere upto 71% higher by 2040. IZI 5574 Congestion on the road network in 2010 Severe congestion Regular congestion Moderate congestion Occasional congestion Alan Wood & Partners have five offices across the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire region - Hull, Louth, Scarborough, Sheffield and York. Established in Hull in the 1960's, Alan Wood & Partners provide a comprehensive range of engineering services to the construction industry. Alan Wood & Partners www.alanwood.co.uk Alan Wood & Partners are proud to deliver outstanding customer care, delivered by specialist teams, with the skills and experience required. Investment in major road networks billion vehicle miles each year

The road to improving transport structure

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The Government plans to spend £28bn on Britain's roads by 2020-21, with £10bn of that allocated to repairs.

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