|9 Oct 2007.
For immediate release.
"Too often we have seen what limited transport money there has been frittered away on consultations and restrictive schemes such as traffic calming etc. The government's controversial proposed road pricing scheme could easily soak up a huge proportion of the money alone. Britain's drivers must put pressure on the government to ensure that towns and villages crying out for bypasses get them built and that the motorway network is completed."ABD spokesman Nigel Humphries said:
"Transport and in particular our crumbling road network have for too long been treated as the 'Cinderella' of public services, yet a good road network is crucial to our economy and congestion affects almost everybody, directly or indirectly, every day of their lives."