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PHILIP L. SULLEY

PHILIP L. SULLEY

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  • Comment on: New roads are not the only solution to our transport needs

    PHILIP L. SULLEY's comment 7-Feb-2014 5:54 pm

    I would agree with the point that the D.f T.'s forecasts of future traffic are far too high. I have done research recently on driving; the National Travel Survey indicates we are driving less, and the trend is continuing down. This is aided by shopping on-line (with an increase in van traffic and Post Office parcels), and increasing numbers of professional people working from home. There is a need for some missing links on the national network to be completed, including the difficult problem of the A303 across the Blackdown Hills (why not a tunnel like the A3 past Hindhead)? We also need more Managed Motorways

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