PENDING: Four widening schemes completed, six under construction and further 14 earmarked in current improvement plan.
80 schemes to improve safety and traffic flow at junctions.
PENDING: One major scheme completed so far, at M11 junction eight. "Steady progress" being made on a further 20 schemes, while another 39 have been identified for the program. Others should follow to reach target.
Wiping out maintenance backlog on local roads.
PENDING: Spending doubled on local road maintenance, with commitment to halt deterioration in local road condition by 2004.
New technology for better traffic management and real-time information.
PENDING: Highways Agency developing "active management" project and work continues on new national Traffic Control Centre in Birmingham.
ON COURSE: Targeted improvements to busiest routes being delivered via the BusPlus project. The first phase, covering 27 key routes, completed in summer 2002.
At least two new tram or guided bus systems.
PENDING: Mayor of London announced plans for two new tram schemes - the West London Tram and the Cross-River Tram, and 2 new bus-based transit schemes - East London Transit and Greenwich Waterfront Transit. Public consultation in to West London Tram currently taking place.
Extending the Docklands Light Railway to City Airport.
ON COURSE: Approval for 2.7 mile (4.4km) extension from Canning Town to Silvertown and City Airport given in March 2002.
CrossRail, or a similar major new east-west link.
PENDING: Government "continues to support the development of Crossrail". Full business case from joint sponsors of the projects, the Strategic Rail Authority and Transport for London, expected any day with decision to follow.
East Thames river crossings.
PENDING: Proposals exist for three new river crossings in East London (DLR extension to Woolwich, Thames Gateway Bridge, Silvertown Link). Progress on these schemes is responsibility of the Mayor of London.