CILT applauds London’s ‘inclusive’ plan
Praise for the Mayor of London’s Road Task Force’s (RTF) plan for the city’s transport network has come from the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT). CILT applauds it for being ‘inclusive’, claiming it will get the best out of its road network for everyone who uses it. One of the set of proposals’ core aims is to transform the environment for public transport, cycling and walking. It is estimated delivery of the vision will require substantial, long term investment of at least £30bn over the next 20 years. This is expected to be delivered through TfL, boroughs, central government, developers and other stakeholders working collaboratively.