The State of the Nation: Transport

Mark Edward Beecroft, John Preston, Graham Wall

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report


The State of the Nation report has been compiled each year since 2000 by a panel of experts drawn from the various fields of expertise across ICE’s membership. Its aim is to stimulate debate and to highlight the actions that we believe are needed to improve the state of the nation’s infrastructure. The report is issued to a wide range of stakeholders, including politicians, civil servants, local authorities, trade, regulatory and consumer bodies, as well as the media. This year, instead of providing one report covering all infrastructure issues, ICE is publishing several State of the Nation reports throughout the year, each focused on a specific issue which will affect the delivery of effective infrastructure for the UK. This is the second of these single issue reports and focuses on transport. The first, focusing on capacity and skills, is available at
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInstitution of Civil Engineers
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2008


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