UK Government Unveils Sweeping Vision Of Future Travel To Tackle Hotcoldwetdry

Of course, this vision only applies to you little people, not the government officials and big time Warmists

Government unveils ‘unprecedented’ vision of future travel in bid to tackle climate crisis

The government has quietly published an ambitious plan for how it will revolutionise UK transport to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fight the climate crisis.

The report comes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and has appeared on the Department for Transport website without any fanfare.

But its aims have been described as “unprecedented” and campaigners have said it “pulls no punches” in its assessment of where the UK is and where it needs to be to improve health and make daily life more efficient.

At the core of the report is the recognition that the UK must act decisively to reduce its emissions, and instead of depending on cars to the extent we do now, the government must deliver policies making walking, cycling and public transport our main means of travel.

In his introduction to the report, transport minister Grant Shapps said: “Public transport and active travel will be the natural first choice for our daily activities. We will use our cars less and be able to rely on a convenient, cost-effective and coherent public transport network.” (snip)

“Transport is the biggest source of carbon emissions, and private cars cause the lion’s share. Electric vehicles aren’t the solution.

Never let a good crisis go to waste, eh? They’ll try and slip this through, essentially making the little people rely on buses, walking, trains, and bikes, while restricting ownership and usage of cars and planes.

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One Response to “UK Government Unveils Sweeping Vision Of Future Travel To Tackle Hotcoldwetdry”

  1. samoore says:

    The last country that managed to have a “cost-effective” “public” transport system was Germany from about 1940 to 1945.

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