David Cameron will be in East Anglia today (Friday 17 January) to 'highlight major transport infrastructure projects'.
Government figures show the region receives the highest level of projected investment on transport infrastructure outside London and the south-east, more than £1.9billion in total.
During the visit the Prime Minister will see and hear about major transport infrastructure projects in the East of England and see local enterprise groups, MPs and businesses.
Speaking ahead of his visit the Prime Minister said: “I’ve got a long term plan to secure Britain’s future and modern roads and railways are a vital part of it. I’m visiting East Anglia to talk about the Government’s commitment to all of this. "
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