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The Transport Research Group is holding a series of debates on congestion, infrastructure and mobility at the Bloomberg Auditorium, London EC2. All debates will be chaired by the AJ's Austin Williams. The sessions include: 'The Congestion Question' on 13 February; 'Infrastructure:

what infrastructure?'on 20 February; and 'Local vs Global'on 27 February. Speakers include BBC economics editor Evan Davies;

executive director of the RAC Foundation Edmund King;

Evening Standard journalist and author of Down the Tubes Christian Wolmar; journalist Jonathan Meades; and professor of climate modelling Lord Hunt. The debates are free but pre-registration is essential. Visit www. transport research. org. uk or email mail@transportresearch. org. uk

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