Government proposals to upgrade national roads must be matched by improvements to local networks and secondary roads which more users depend on, said Nick Smee, ceo of asset management firm Yotta.
Backlogs are huge and more money is urgently needed and easing council borrowing rules would help.
IAM RoadSmart says speeding is still far from being socially unacceptable, as DfT figures show offences are now at a six year high.
More UK drivers are getting caught exceeding the speed limit than ever before and in 2011 there were 1.6 million prosecutions for speed limit offences but by 2016 the figure leapt to 2.1 million, a rise of over 30%.
News that the Government is considering a ‘national standard’ for bike-share schemes across England has been welcomed by operator nextbike.
Jesse Norman MP confirmed to Parliament that discussions are taking place with various stakeholders about the need for a consistent national standard for bike-share schemes, to ensure they are appropriately introduced and managed.