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Regular feature: Issue 445 15 Jun 2006

Building a sense of realism into the world of transport planning

Not so very long ago the Government's devolution agenda for England was focused on the eight regions outside London. Deputy prime minister John Prescott's masterplan came to a crashing end, however, in November 2004, when the north-east public resoundingly rejected plans for an elected regional assembly in a referendum. Since then much of the discussion about governance has shifted down to the sub-regional and city regional level; a local government White Paper will set out the Government's...

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