I have heard that famous curse being quoted with increasing frequency over the last few months… ‘may you live in … Continue reading Can we have less interesting times now?
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
I took part in an interesting discussion yesterday with other West Midlands transport types, one part of this discussion focused … Continue reading Integrated Transport (or Mobility Opportunities) Part 1
I wrote my first piece for the most excellent Chamberlain Files this week, reflecting on Mary Creagh’s speech at the Labour … Continue reading More on devolution (and transport!)
Following my earlier post on devolution following the Scottish referendum result, I have heard and read an awful lot from … Continue reading A second post on devolution
Take note that I am not going to talk transport in this post! Devolution. I have not really got engaged … Continue reading Has the time finally come? (Devolution, cities and opportunity)
The Scottish independence referendum appears to be opening up what could either be seen as a real and proper debate … Continue reading Is there a growing devolution appetite at last?
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
So last week I wrote this piece http://www.progressonline.org.uk/2014/07/09/make-rail-regional/ on how I thought Labour should tackle the issues around rail policy that would … Continue reading Labour and Rail Policy
It occurred to me following my post yesterday on the Metro network concept for the West Midlands that, perhaps, pragmatism … Continue reading Why shouldn’t West Midlands have a Crossrail as well?