Policy paper

Roads reform: a fresh start for the strategic road network

The government's response to Alan Cook's independent review of the roads network.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

Roads reform - a fresh start for the strategic road network: the government response

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Terms of reference for the joint DfT and HM Treasury feasibility study on roads reform

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This is the government’s response to Alan Cook’s independent review, A fresh start for the strategic road network, which examined whether the government had the right approach to operating, maintaining and enhancing the strategic road network.

We are also publishing the terms of reference for the joint Department for Transport and HM Treasury feasibility study which will build on the work undertaken by Alan Cook, and look at innovative options aimed at bringing more private sector involvement into the strategic road network.

Taken together this represents a programme for reforming the road network in both the short and the long term.

Published 24 May 2012