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7 November 2016
This week’s release of the 2017 report on the quality of our roads highlights the impact of recent Roadworks schemes. On 22 September, the Government pledged that the first phase of new construction was expected to create 80,000 jobs, with £25m in funding for the construction industry. More than 1.6 million homes have been built since this announcement; there are more than 8.8 million residents in this area and they contribute £42bn to the UK economy. Together with their communities, local roads are a vital part of providing high-quality roads, ensuring the safety of those who use them, improving local road conditions and protecting our environment. The new report will help policy-makers, public representatives and the public to understand why improving local roads is so important, and what we have done to ensure they are improved from now until 2050.
The report바카라 하는 곳 shows that in 2017, we have improved our roads every year since the roadworks were launched – by a cumulative 20,000 on average per year. We’re working to reduce congestion and improve the overall quality of our road networks; from making streets quieter and safer by improving pedestrian areas and creating better junctions, to improving the quality of roads by investing in new roads and improving the capacity of existing roads; to supporting local communities to become more active by supporting the growth of 일본 카지노 오픈the bicycle industry, as well as strengthening the way we manage our roads – encouraging more people to cycle, and supporting improved cycling safety through wider access to walking tracks on rural paths.
The Roadworks programme was launched to fund essential improvements and provide local communities with an opportunity for work to be done. Over £70m of this investment, which will see a total of £45bn invested over five years, will be delivered in rural areas.
The investment will allow the delivery of:
40,000 free cycle spaces
£30m over four years to improve cycle facilities
£11m over four years for roads: improving and widening rural roads. This will allow the Government to increase the cycle capacity of rural communities by more than 6,000, with the same amount going to public transport.
£30m over four years to improve cycle facilities £11m over four years for roads: improving and widening rural roads. This will allow the Government to increase the cycle capacity of rural communities by more than 6,000, with the same amoun