Stage 1 of the £598m New Street Station redevelopment opened last week. The Birmingham press were impressed, the Birmingham Press wasn’t. Steve Beauchampé reports.
On the day when the Office for National Statistics revealed that in the 2011 Census, driving was the most common form of commuting to work Laurence Inman so wishes it could all be different
A national Rally to Restore Confidence took place last week to encourage professionals working across all platforms within the built environment that 2013 is a year for positivity
US expert to share insights and issues for future with Midlands aerospace community
New Association representing UK travel to work schemes is launched at major London conference attended by Ministers.
Managers at National Express West Midlands are attending a special “Meet the Manager” session at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital next Tuesday
Petrol sales in the UK continued their steady decline during the first half of this year, the AA confirms from new government statistics.
Birmingham proposals aim to cut traffic problems
A new App is aimed at making public transport easier throughout the region.
A new multi-million pound cable car service is to launch in Birmingham later as the city responded robustly to Chancellor George Osborne’s call for investment in large-scale infrastructure schemes to boost Britain’s ailing economy.
Originally launched at Manchester Piccadilly station earlier this year, this is the second scheme to feature ten Brompton bikes in Virgin Trains livery.
Hopes that direct flight to China from Birmingham could help business investment have been raised
Two West Midlands companies are playing a key role in delivering a new “smart” transport scheme
LibDem Leader and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, visited Birmingham Airport last week
Results indicate that changes to local public transport have met with passenger approval.
A recent clampdown has revealed that worryingly high numbers of Birmingham’s private hire drivers are acting illegally.
Yet again a few inches of snow saw the city grind to a halt and public transport cancelled. Andy Munro was one of the many passengers inconvenienced.
Turkish Airlines is increasing flights between Birmingham and Istanbul from five flights a week to daily services from March
Public transport users in the region are finally able to use an easier way of buying tickets.