CBI: urges government to reshape commuting infrastructure in wake of pandemic

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Britain's biggest business group argues Treasury's Spending Review offers 'golden opportunity to improve the commuter experience' and assist net zero goal

Britain's biggest business group the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called on the government to switch gears in its transport and infrastructure investment, in a new report today which outlines...

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