How would you reduce congestion on Britain's roads?
Private toll roads are not a cost-effective answer to traffic problems, the government has been told. What is the best way to solve transport problems?
A report by the Campaign for Better Transport said the UK's only private motorway toll, the M6 Toll, had not significantly cut congestion. It added that not only had the toll road failed to improve transport in the West Midlands, but drivers who paid the toll were not receiving value for money.
BBC transport correspondent Richard Scott says that with the public finances under pressure and road building under threat, the government is looking at how to improve the transport network in the most cost-effective way.
How can Britain's transport network be improved? Should toll roads be scrapped? Are there other road schemes which would ease/reduce congestion? Should the government invest more in other modes of transport?
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