Investment in 2010/11 is forecast to be 74% higher than in 2000/01.
Growth is weighted toward the start of the ten year period. Year on year growth in the first three years is predicted to be 14.9%, 11.5% and 13.5% respectively.
Growth over the last seven years totals just 19.9%.
However, 45% of total investment is allocated to the last four years of plan.
Total investment in rail is predicted to be £63.4bn over the next ten years, an increase of 101% on the last decade.
Local transport gets £60.2bn, a rise of 82%.
Transport in London is allocated £25.6bn, now boosted by 51%.
National roads receive £25.1bn, an additional 62%.
Public transport investment totalled £82.3bn over the last ten years. The 10 year plan foresees a 57% increase.
Private transport investment totalled £16.4bn over the last ten years. The 10 year plan foresees a 243% increase.
Private investment accounts for 30.4% of the total projected spend; 54.1% of rail investment; 40.6% of the spend in London; 15% of local transport spend; and 10.4% of investment in national roads.