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16th November 1985
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

Flex junk fuels debate

The Campaign for Cross Channel Choice has been building up its stack of economic and social arguments against a fixed link 4

Ban deferred

The GLC London lorry ban has been postponed to January 31, so that appropriate signs can he put up in time 6

CV registrations rise

Mercedes-Benz has pushed Bedford into third place in the truck and artic unit sector. 10

Action on roads

New suggestions on how Britain's roads could be improved have been made by the employers' organisation, the CM and the Freight Transport Association 12

Spending boost

The Government has pledged £125 million increased spending on Britain's roads, spread over two years 13

Polo van arrives

VW has at last filled the gap at the bottom end of its light commercials range by launching a Polo van. 14

Surrey bus losses

Less than half of the bus routes presently operating in Surrey will be commercially viable after bus deregulation, a transport consultants' report suggests 20


Locations: Surrey

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