The lecture is approximately traffic congestions, which is one of the main problems in the UK's transfer system. The lecture includes 2 details which are, firstly, the effects of the congestions and secondly, the way the British authorities have tried to address the challenge by creating the Integrated Transport Policy. The first point made by the lecturer is that overcrowded highways have it is effects. To start with, they influence directly in the country's overall economy, as each of the lost time have its repercussion lessening the production. Similarly, the pollution impacts the local and global environment. In addition to this, includes a detrimental influence on public health. To be able to solve this challenge, the lecturer states the British federal government created the Integrated Transport Plan. They performed a consultation and discover that the improvement of the transfer system had not been very good and people want to use their own car. Finally, the lecturer moves to explain some successful measures that the government accepted with the aim of reducing attaque. One of the procedures was to allow some quickly lines inside the motorways intended for cars exceeding one resident. The various other one was going to charge car user to get access to the location centre by London. Both these styles the steps were effective and the cash that they comes from the congestion charging was invested in improving the public transfer system. To summarise, the lecturer states that the best answer to the trouble of overcrowded roads should be to implement several small steps to each specific problem, rather than trying to 1 big answer which can fix all the complications.