Transport for the West Midlands?

transportlogosWhat will the Combined Authority mean for transport?

What things do we want to see from the Metro Mayor?

How might you like to get involved in shaping this agenda?

An opportunity to find out about the new transport powers and budgets held by the West Midlands Combined Authority, and consider and discuss what this could mean for communities across the West Midlands…

Wednesday 14th September, 6pm to 8pm

The Warehouse (Birmingham Friends of the Earth), 54-57 Allison Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5TH

An evening open to anyone who wants to find out more and may have things to say or ideas to share about developing the excellent transport system that this region needs.

For further information, contact joe@greentravel.org.uk

One thought on “Transport for the West Midlands?

  • September 16, 2016 at 1:31 pm
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    Does Localise WM support the re-opening of the 65 Km unused section on the 120 Km Worcester to Derby Main Line railway via the Black Country and, it being given a higher priority than the Brum rail re-openings that are, now down in the 2015 Strategic Transport Plan for the trains and stations to return?
    The Plan is for two different kinds of trams on three short sections, totaling 9 Kms out of the 65 Km double track forgotten railway!

    PLEASE SIGN MY 38 DEGREES PETITION – here:-
    ​https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/get-the-worcester-to-derby-main-line-railway-re-opened#​

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