BBC: Lord Wolfson offers £250,000 prize for roads solution

Oct 27, 2016

The BBC reports on the competition:

 

‘Lord Wolfson, the chief executive of Next, is offering a £250,000 prize for the best suggestion on how to solve the problem of the UK’s overcrowded roads.

The competition is expected to attract entries from policymakers, businesses and universities around the world.

He is looking for new ideas to bring more investment and a better deal for road users.

The competition asks: “How can we pay for better, safer and more reliable roads?”‘

 

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