In a statement to the house of commons, Hoon said:
"I am bringing forward over £1bn of investment in improving our nation's transport infrastructure, in particular to tackle bottlenecks and improve access to key international gateways."
Of the £1bn, the vast majority - £700M - will be invested in tackling congestion and increasing capacity.
Dualling of the A46 between Newark and Widmerpool - £100M, as part of £174M overall government funding
200 train carriages to relieve congestion on the Great Western, Northern and Transpennine rail franchises - £300M
Further Active Traffic Management schemes - £300M
A further £300M will accelerate: "Key schemes that improve transport links to some of the UK's most important airports and ports, as well as offering more environmentally-friendly options for transporting freight," said Hoon.
Improvements to the A180/A160 junction to enhance access to Immingham Port - £30M
Technology improvements to enhance traffic flow on the A12 between the M25 and Ipswich, improving access to Felixstowe and Harwich ports - £60M
South East Manchester relief road, to improve access to Manchester Airport - £165M
Enhancements to the North London Line to enable increased movements of rail freight - £54M
However, Hoon said that: "Delivery of the A46, A12, A180/A160 and Access to Manchester Airport schemes is subject to agreeing regional funding contributions and, with the exception of the A12, the completion of statutory planning processes."