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Highways Agency Business Plan 2009-10

23 March 2009

HA has announced its new Business Plan which will deliver greater benefits for managing and operating the road network, making journeys more reliable and safer.

It is to invest around £12m to be invested in its research and development programme, looking at improvements areas including technology, safety, efficiency and environment issues.

The Business Plan for 2009/10 is available for download.

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