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Roads for Prosperity (often mistitled as "Roads to Prosperity", which would have been a far better title) was the big idea in the then-Government when they found a few quid down the back of the Ministerial sofa in the late 1980s and decided to spend it on roads.
Roads for Prosperity (often mistitled as "Roads to Prosperity", which would have been a far better title) was the big idea in the then-Government when they found a few quid down the back of the Ministerial sofa in the late 1980s and decided to spend it on roads.


Whilst it is an interesting document in its own right, the follow-up [[SJ 09|Trunk Roads, England into the 1990s]] is more detailed
Whilst it is an interesting document in its own right, the follow-up [[Trunk Roads, England into the 1990s (1989)]] is more detailed


==Contents of Note==
==Contents of Note==
*Those over-excitable plans in full Ministry-speak.
*Those over-excitable plans in full Ministry-speak.
==How to view it==
By request at a SABRE Awayday.

Latest revision as of 21:28, 20 January 2011

Date1989
Owned bySteven
TypePublications (see all artefacts)

Context

Roads for Prosperity (often mistitled as "Roads to Prosperity", which would have been a far better title) was the big idea in the then-Government when they found a few quid down the back of the Ministerial sofa in the late 1980s and decided to spend it on roads.

Whilst it is an interesting document in its own right, the follow-up Trunk Roads, England into the 1990s (1989) is more detailed

Contents of Note

  • Those over-excitable plans in full Ministry-speak.