Country:United Kingdom
Year:2000
Policy status:Superseded
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2000
Date Ended:2007
Policy Type:Policy Support>Strategic planning
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Transport, Transport systems, Modal shift, Transport, Transport, Vehicle type, Heavy-duty vehicles, Transport, Vehicle type, Light-duty vehicles, Transport, Vehicle type, Passenger vehicles
Climate Change Policy Targets:Transport
Agency:Department for Transport (DfT)
URL:http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/http:/www.dft.gov.uk/about/strategy/whitepapers/previous/transporttenyearplan2000
Energy Efficiency Description:

In July 2000 the UK government published a 10-Year Plan for Transport, a long-term strategy for increased investment to deliver a quicker, safer, more reliable and environmentally friendly system. The 10-Year plan envisaged total spending (including private investment) of GBP 181 billion over 10 years. A report on progress towards delivery of the 10-Year Plan for Transport was published in December 2002. This set out what was achieved in the first 18 months from April 2001 when the plan came into effect. Following a review of the 10-Year Plan, a new strategy looking out to 2014 and beyond was developed in 2007 (see separate entry). This is not a statement of current government policy.

Climate Change Description:

In July 2000 the UK government published a 10-Year Plan for Transport, a long-term strategy for increased investment to deliver a quicker, safer, more reliable and environmentally friendly system. The 10-Year plan envisaged total spending (including private investment) of GBP 181 billion over 10 years. A report on progress towards delivery of the 10-Year Plan for Transport was published in December 2002. This set out what was achieved in the first 18 months from April 2001 when the plan came into effect. Following a review of the 10-Year Plan, a new strategy looking out to 2014 and beyond was developed in 2007 (see separate entry). This is not a statement of current government policy.

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