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Potholes are voters' biggest transport concern 13 Mar 2015

Tackling the condition of roads and pavements is seen by British adults as the most important transport priority for the next government. More than half (53%) believe this should be the number one
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Top civil servant to lead RAC Foundation 05 Mar 2015

Steve Gooding is to become the new director of the RAC Foundation. He will succeed Professor Stephen Glaister CBE who is retiring. Steve is expected to start in May 2015. Steve has been Director
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Private parking, public concern 20 Feb 2015

Hundreds of thousands of drivers are likely to have been illegally penalised for overstaying their welcome whilst parking on private land.

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Pothole compensation 26 Jan 2015

Almost 50,000 drivers made claims against councils across Great Britain for damage caused to their vehicles by potholes in the last financial year. The 200 (out of a total of 207) local highways
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Use of EV charge points less than electric 17 Jan 2015

Many or London’s electric car charging units are going unused from month to month, official data suggests. Figures for June 2014 show that of the 905 units across the capital, only 324 were
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The RAC Foundation is happy to provide evidence-based comment where appropriate to help inform the transport debate. The press office is contactable on 020 7747 3486. The RAC Foundation's ISDN number is 020 7389 0601. Many facts and figures of interest to journalists are available in our FAQs section

Informing the debate