IEA: Privatising Britain’s road network would raise more than £150bn
Oliver Knipping & Richard Wellings
Whilst the authors admit that there are valid objections to road privatisation – and straightforward privatisation may not suit all types of roads – there are many imaginative schemes outlined that could deal with those objections. The authors also show that the nationalisation of roads has not been a success.
This study is essential reading for policy-makers, academics and students in the field of transport and logistics.