Cabinet is to set the wheels in motion for the next phase of bus lane enforcement cameras in Birmingham. A report due to go before cabinet members on January 24 asks them to approve a full business case for the scheme, which will see cameras installed to enforce bus lanes on Lichfield Road, Tyburn Road […]
Whilst transport remains a key issues for mayoral candidates – including the debate over nationalising the M6 Toll – the region’s only currently elected figure David Jamieson is holding a
It’s our Christmas West Midlands transport wishes answered (sort of), with a headline fit for media pun morons like us. The West Midlands is to trial a new integrated transport system that
The headlines will be taken by the growth, public borrowing and debt forecasts, but there was also news for our region and for followers of devolution in today’s Autumn Statement.
It’s probably one of the most anticipated Autumn Statements for many years, given it is the first major set piece financial statement from a new Government and the first following
The chair of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has said the Government’s decision for its preferred route for Phase 2 of HS2 from Crewe to Manchester and the West
In a development completely unanticipated by the Chamberlain Files editorial board, local government expert (and only occasional anorak wearer) Chris Game makes the case for Zebra crossings. No, we’re not
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has confirmed that the Government is backing a third runway at Heathrow Airport. In published statement this morning and in a statement to the House of
Birmingham’s hopes of securing something from the seemingly never ending process to decide on future aviation capacity for the UK seem to be rising by the day, reports Kevin Johnson.
The Government has announced that Roy Hill has been appointed Interim CEO for HS2 Ltd and will take up his new position in November. It follows the resignation of Simon