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With road transport contributing so much towards CO2 emissions, it is critical not to keep repeating the same mistakes, and to end roadbuilding and encouraging traffic growth.

This year the e-bulletins are going monthly, and the next e-bulletin deadline will be 9 February, so please send us your campaign news before then.

****************************************************************** CONTENTS (1) Transport and climate news Regional Funding Allocations (RFA) - stopping roads; Local Transport Plan settlement; Roads costs rocket sky-high; Planning process speed up (2) Campaign updates Newbury Bypass (Berkshire); Heysham - M6 Link (Lancaster Northern Bypass); A14 Ellington - Fen Ditton 'Improvement' (Cambridgeshire); M6 Expressway (Staffordshire); Titnore Lane (Sussex); Thames Gateway Bridge (London); Connecting Derby; No Widening M1 - Sheffield; Mottram - Tintwistle Bypass (Peak District); A391 St Austell to A30 Link (Cornwall); Dalkeith Northern Bypass (Midlothian); A3 Hindhead (Surrey); ; Roads lobby in the North East; Glossop Spur Road (Tameside); A127/A1159 Priory Crescent, Southend (Essex); Durham Northern Relief Road; Shrewsbury Northern Relief Road (Shropshire); M74 (Glasgow); Kingskerwell Bypass (Devon); M66 (Manchester); Weymouth Relief Road (Dorset); Brownhills Eastern Bypass (Walsall) (3) Events - Carbon Dating lobby - 1 March; Climate change camp - 26 Aug - 4 Sept 2006 ************************************************** (1) TRANSPORT NEWS Regional Funding Allocations - stop roads for the next 10 years!

Whilst the Regional Funding Allocation rumbles along unnoticed in the background, major decisions are being made in each English region about whether roads get government cash, or public transport schemes.

This crucial unity was started in 2005, and will be strengthened in 2006 until we see all these roads stopped.

We also saw two roads protest camps set up at Southend in Essex and Dalkeith near Edinburgh. 2006 has opened with the realisation that the Newbury Bypass, (one of the most contentious roads of the mid-1990s) has led to a 50% increase in traffic in/around Newbury without properly tackling congestion or significantly shifting people to public transport (see story below).

Road Block believes that strong independent community groups, united and learning from one another, is the best way to stop roads and force a change in transport policy.

Fighting a road in isolation is demoralising and unlikely to succeed against such strong opponents.

Changes to the planning process will effect big controversial projects like new road schemes and nuclear power plants and will, without doubt, not be in the favour of 'inconvenient' residents and environmentalists.

This is against a national average increase of about 5% for the same period!

Also levels of traffic on the bypass had already exceeded 2010 projections by 2003!

Not only that, but the rush hour congestion is worse than it was before the bypass.

The report also revealed how heavily car dependent Newbury is, with poor public transport.

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