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‘Connections’ – February 2021

Covid-19 study helps shape investment priorities Regional priority road scheme gets government funding Watch again: Shadow Partnership Board Record turnout as third area study kicks off TfSE signs diversity and inclusion charter

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TfSE signs up to diversity and inclusion charter

Transport for the South East has underlined its commitment to diversity and inclusion by signing up to the Chartered Institute for Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Diversity &amp; Inclusion Charter. The charter has been signed by more than 60 organisations across the public and private sectors. In signing the charter, we have committed to: Strive to &hellip; <a href="https://transportforthesoutheast.org.uk/2021/02/09/tfse-signs-up-to-diversity-and-inclusion-charter/">Continued</a>

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More help needed for consumers and car industry if 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles is to succeed

Ahead of a possible announcement from government bringing forward the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales to 2035 or even 2030, local government and business leaders in the South East have reiterated their call for a targeted action plan to speed up the UK’s switch to electric vehicles. Currently, only around 7% of &hellip; <a href="https://transportforthesoutheast.org.uk/2020/11/17/more-help-needed-for-consumers-and-car-industry-if-2030-ban-on-new-petrol-and-diesel-vehicles-is-to-succeed/">Continued</a>

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