Ten schemes listed by the Conservatives, with what was promised and what has actually happened:

1) promised: Completing dualling of the A1 between Morpeth and Alnwick in North-East England

1) promised: Completing dualling of the A1 between Morpeth and Alnwick in North-East England

ACTUAL: On hold

2) PROMISED: Modernisation and increased capacity on the East Coast Main Line (£4bn)

ACTUAL: On hold

3) PROMISED: A66 Scotch Corner to Penrith upgrade

ACTUAL: On hold

4) PROMISED: Stonehenge tunnel, announced in 2002

ACTUAL On hold

5) PROMISED: M5 Bristol to Weston route management strategy

ACTUAL: On hold

6) PROMISED: M4/M32/M48/M49 Swindon to South Wales route management strategy

ACTUAL: On hold

7) PROMISED: To increase West Country rail capacity by 50% as outlined in Department for Transport's (DfT) 10-Year Plan in 2000

ACTUAL: The Government has specified cuts in services running to Newquay, Falmouth, and St Ives

8) PROMISED: A30 Temple to Higher Carblake improvement in Cornwall announced in 2003

ACTUAL: Unlikely to be funded before 2016 at the earliest and rejected by the Department for Transport (DfT) last month

9) PROMISED: A30 Carland Cross to Chiverton Cross improvement, West Country

ACTUAL: Unlikely to be funded before 2016 at the earliest, rejected by the DfT last month

10) PROMISED: Further capacity enhancements on the London-Brighton and Chiltern lines, and increased capacity on the Brighton line from London

ACTUAL: Trains to the south coast remain overcrowded. Plans to upgrade the Brighton line have been shelved, and the Gatwick Express is facing the axe

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