AA boss shortlisted for Wolfson Economics prize for UK roads plan
Edmund King hoping his ‘road miles’ allowance idea will win £250,000 award, which sought ideas from around the world on improving roads
A proposal from the boss of the AA for drivers to receive an annual “road miles” allowance is among the ideas shortlisted for a £250,000 competition to find new ways of funding the UK road network.
Edmund King, the president of the motoring organisation, has appeared on a shortlist of five entries to win the Wolfson Economics prize, this year awarded for ideas on how to fund better, more reliable roads.
Source: Guardian Transport