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Local transport initiatives across the UK are set to benefit next year from £2.6bn of new investment - up from the £2.3bn received by council's this year.

Researchers are appealing to industry for £80,000 of funding to match government cash to investigate the steel eating accelerated low water corrosion which threatens structures in British ports and harbours.

Government has given first stage approval to a proposal from construction research body CIRIA for a two year investigation into accelerated low water corrosion (ALWC) the phenomenon is more correctly known. (NCE 15 October 1998).

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