Here you will find CIHT’s policy briefings and statements, manifesto, proposals and views on key issues affecting the highways and transportation profession and industry.
CIHT provide responses to government inquiries and consultations, calls for evidence and is active in stakeholder engagement.
To find out more about the policy work of CIHT, please contact e: email@example.com or have a look through these pages.
Policy and Position Statements
Making the Journey highlights the benefits of the transport sector to the UK’s economy and society.
- Dec 2013
This note gives CIHT's position on HS2.
- March 2003
This statement sets out ten key requirements for a better transport system.
- Published 2012
This statement provides CIHT’s view on the importance of the role played by maintenance in highway policy, sustaining a safe highway and the impact maintenance has on the environment.
- Published 2007
This note outlines CIHT’s position on road pricing as a result of the publication of the Department for Transport report ‘Towards a Sustainable Transport System’.
CIHT Briefing Note on Travel Planning - Published 2007
This note gives CIHT’s views on travel planning.
- Published 2007
This statement gives a summary of EuroRAP’s strengths and weaknesses.
CIHT is an inclusive organisation that welcomes members from all Highways and Transportation-related fields and provides individuals from diverse backgrounds with the support that they need to develop as professionals.
Here you will find analysis and comment from CIHT on relevant announcements from HM Treasury.
UK Autumn Statement 2016
- 10 October 2016
UK 2015 Spending Review
UK Budget July 2015
UK Budget March 2015
UK Autumn Statement 2014
A number of key documents for the highways and transportation sector were announced in the week of the Autumn Statement: