Following the local and mayoral elections we now have a month until the General Election. Given the amount of Brexit … Continue reading Many elections, not so much transport policy
As a resident of lovely Sutton Coldfield in North Birmingham, we are one of the few places outside of London … Continue reading A local transport project for Sutton Coldfield
This is really a thought experiment and a bit of fun and I would welcome other peoples’ thoughts on this … Continue reading What big transport ideas could we deploy in the West Midlands?
Right now we are seeing our transport authorities losing staff and revenue spending while still needing to deliver efficient and … Continue reading How could public transport be run better?
Having just read this piece (link below) about late night transit in America, it got me thinking about the importance … Continue reading The West Midlands and transport out of hours
Having looked at the City Edge Hubs in the previous post, I wanted to focus in on the outer city … Continue reading (a third part) more on the Greater Birmingham CrossCity rail network concept
PTEG (the Passenger Transport Executive Group) have published, what I consider to be, an extremely important report on the role … Continue reading How buses (and transport) support wider policy objectives (PTEG report)
I am pretty confident that Brummies have realised (no thanks to the now ennobled, former Council Leader, Mike (Lord) Whitby) … Continue reading When you don’t have the Tube… Metro!!!
Thank goodness it is over. Well, that is the short version at least but actually there was quite a lot … Continue reading My reflections on the 2012 Party Conference Season
This morning the Transport Select Committee published their report on the state of local bus markets, which can be read … Continue reading Buses, today’s TSC report and why we need to take action!