Responded to transport secretary Alistair Darling's address he said: 'Transport in Great Britain is not being dealt with as it should
Mr Darling had earlier lauded the Government's move to take back control of the 'strategic direction' of the railways.
He said he was looking at the need for more high speed lines to help link more parts of the UK to the rest of Europe.
Mr Darling said the Government was doubling spending on transport to meet higher demand for travel while also meeting environmental needs.
More roads would be built, he said, but the introduction of road pricing had also to be considered in a bid to beat congestion.