Roads as a Service.   Phil Carey’s report What do we want from our roads? published April 2019 follows up on aspects of the 2016 MRN work (see MRN page for more detail) .

A Vision for the Governance of the Major Road Network.  This study report from WSP published February 2019 follows up on aspects of the 2016 MRN work (see MRN page for more detail) .

Will We Learn to Share? The Executive summary of a dissertation by Georgina Wells B.A.  looking at how car and ride sharing behaviours might adapt when autonomous vehicles arrive.  The Fund paid for the survey work.  A full copy of the dissertation is available on request to the Secretary.

Roads and the Environment: Putting an Innovative approach at the heart of RIS2.  This report, Roads and the environment 2018, produced by Campaign for Better Transport with support from the Rees Jeffreys Roads Fund was published 17 April 2018.  More information is available on CBT’s website at

Uber Study In 2017 the Fund commissioned a study by Dr Geoffrey Dudley of the University of Oxford into The Governance of Transitions in Urban Mobility: The Case of Uber in London.   The Final report and project outputs a to f  (Uber a;Uber b;Uber c;Uber d;Uber e;Uber f) have now been published.

Roads for the Future The Rees Jeffreys Road Fund published its report on A Major Road Network for England on 12 October 2016.  For more information go to Major Road Network.

Other reports. The following reports are examples of work on road transport issues which have been supported by the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund in previous years.

A wide range of transport-related reports and publications are contained in the Rees Jeffreys Library. This is located within the departmental library facility of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Skempton Building, Imperial College, London SW7 2AZ.

Further contributions of appropriate material are always welcomed for inclusion in the Library.

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