‘Tarmac and be damned? - ambitious road building programmes cannot continue post-lockdown'

Last week Crispin Truman OBE, the CEO of National CPRE, wrote to the Times commenting on the Government's £90 billion pound road re-vamp and calling to scrap their road-building plans and divert the money into sustainable public transport.

He writes that the lockdown rules have effected a revolution on our  revolution on our streets, with more people choosing active travel options like walking and cycling where possible, record low air pollution levels and blissfully liveable neighbourhoods.

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Photo by Matt Seymour.