Transport transparency on new website

  • Read transport ministry's business plan
  • Timetable published, too
  • Log on from here
David Cameron want to make Government more transparent
David Cameron want to make Government more transparent
Want to know what the Government is doing to ease congestion, cut CO2 emissions and make our roads safer? Then its new Transparency website is the place to head, according to David Cameron.

All Government departments have been made to publish their business plans, and a timetable of when goals will be achieved on the transparency.number10.gov.uk website.

Read the transport business plans
• Log on here to see how the coalition Government plans to 'tackle carbon and congestion on our roads'.

• Click here to see what the Department for Transport (DfT) has planned to 'encourage sustainable local transport' by tackling the causes of local congestion.

• Find out who is responsible for what within the DfT by clicking here

• You can find out who the DfT's ministers and staff are meeting, and what they'll be discussing, by going here

• Find out who's been wining-and-dining the transport minister by clicking here

Each department will have to produce a monthly progress report - and the secretary of state will have to account to the prime minister if they are not meeting targets.

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