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Total investment in inland transport infrastructure in the United Kingdom 2004-2019

Amount of money invested in all modes of inland transport infrastructure in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2004 to 2019

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Release date

March 2022

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2004 to 2019

Supplementary notes

b: Break.
Transport infrastructure expenses refer to fiscal years (April to March) and cover Great Britain only. Road data include urban roads and road investments include private investments (DBFO schemes). Rail investments include all urban and suburban railways, underground, metrolink and Tramlink. The UK part of the Eurotunnel is included until 2005/2006.

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Statistics on " Transport expenditure in the United Kingdom (UK) "

Statistics on Transport expenditure in the United Kingdom (UK)

Government spending

6

Consumer spending

5

Road transport

8

Rail transport

6

Air and maritime transport

6

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