LTT865 20 March 2023
Budget brings new city region transport funding, more autonomy for metro mayors and help for potholes - but freeze on fuel tax
Delivering additional £8.8bn City Region Sustainable Transport Settlements (CRSTS) and £1bn for ‘levelling up’ and were among the pledges announced by Chancellor Jeremy Hunt in his Spring Budget last week.
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