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CAIN'S heavy vehicle ators and makers should nt a campaign to counter environmental lobby :h has been pressuring icians to clamp down on y vehicles.
at was the message from ster University reader in sport economics br ClifSharp speaking at an rtruck convention last C.
• Sharp said that the ennmental costs of heavy cies should be squarely I and he warned that the s could be reduced by iging vehicle technology -oduce quieter engines.
'id those engines would n that the industry would to look at smaller bores, ? cylinders and the use of Ts such as manganese.
irmer Transport Minister British Rail chairman Sir ard Marsh speaking at the rention said that the curbattle should be one of versus rail but should be of "getting the mix right." 'en years after the 1968 isport Act we still haven't beginnings of a national Lsport policy," said Sir lard.
ie convention was held in fu and was held to an'ice new fleet development xammes to be pursued by rtruck.