Transport minister Rachel Maclean has been shown how more than three million pieces of data a day from the West Midland’s road network is helping reduce congestion.
The creation of a convenient and comprehensive public charging network is vital to build confidence for the transition to electric cars and vans, and to keep their wheels turning.
Key speakers from the public and private sector will explore how to aid the shift away from private vehicles at next month’s Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Birmingham City Council has launched a vehicle scrappage and travel credit scheme ahead of the opening of its clean air zone (CAZ) on June 1.
Mayor for the West Midlands Andy Street is calling on the Government to grant more powers so the region has more control over its regional transport.
TfWM will invest £260 million as part of its new Starley Network that will establish 500 miles of cycling and active travel routes across the region.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has updated its transport plans to put a greater focus on meeting the goal of a carbon neutral West Midlands by 2041.
Bus drivers and train conductors are among frontline transport staff now being tested for coronavirus in the West Midlands.
A £1 million scrappage scheme will be trialled in Coventry next year, with motorists given up to £3,000 worth of mobility credits to ditch their car.