Policy paper

Lessons from transport for the sponsorship of major projects

Identifies 24 lessons learnt from transport to improve controlled delivery of major projects by government departments.

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Lessons from transport for the sponsorship of major projects

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This report identifies 24 lessons to increase confidence that future transport, infrastructure and wider government projects are delivered with confidence, predictability and control.

The report was commissioned by the Permanent Secretary of the Department for Transport (DfT) and the Chief Executive of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority. It follows a review conducted in response to issues encountered in major projects sponsored by DfT, including timetabling changes in May 2018 and the delayed opening of Crossrail.

Published 25 April 2019