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Letters to the editor: Issue 481 8 Nov 2007

Climate change isn't a valid justification for cutting traffic

Mike Slinn

At first glance the ten-point 'action briefing' for the recent transport and climate change debate that took place in the British Museum reads as a reasonable plan, but on further investigation it is clear that it suffers from the kind of woolly thinking that tends to annoy the public and does not help the highways and transport profession in getting its key messages across to them ('Practitioners back traffic and CO2 reduction targets' LTT 11 Oct).

An example of this is that the first action...

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