Birmingham 20-year vision

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Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin with Birmingham City Council Leader Sir Albert Bore
Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin with Birmingham City Council Leader Sir Albert Bore

Tramadol Online Fedex Next Day A white paper from Birmingham City Council setting out its 20-year vision for improving transport was launched by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin last week.

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Birmingham Connected, previously known as Birmingham Mobility Action Plan, aims to make the city safer and easier to travel around reducing congestion and promoting more sustainable forms of transport.

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https://www.lcclub.co.uk/efbms13o41 Initiatives include the completion of a £1.2bn public transport network within 20 years, allowing people to travel across the city in high quality vehicles in safety and, at busy times, faster than they could by car. This would include creating vibrant community spaces across the city, says the city council.

http://countocram.com/2024/03/07/evbaz3fh0ee Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said: “I am delighted to be launching this new white paper which is vital for Birmingham to continue to grow and prosper. The government has put transport at the heart of its long term economic plan, because the future of successful cities depends on efficient transport that can connect people with jobs, link communities with services and attract new investment.”