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Secondary stories: Issue 592 16 Mar 2012

‘Traffic growth to resume in London’

Road Traffic volumes in London will soon start growing again, ending more than a decade of declining traffic levels, the DfT told LTT this week.

The Department’s new National Road Traffic Forecasts for England predict that traffic volumes in Greater London will rise 43% between 2010 and 2035, from 18.8bn miles to 26.8bn.

The DfT’s own statistics show traffic in Greater London grew 6% between 1993 and 1999 but since then has fallen every year but one. In 2010 traffic volumes were 3%...

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