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Eight new transport safety officers (TSOs) are now out on patrol tackling anti-social behaviour across the region’s bus network.
A national centre of excellence will be established by Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) as part of a £30million programme to help make the UK’s road network cleaner and greener.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has secured almost £3.5 million funding to support the better design, planning and development of cycling, wheeling and walking schemes in region.
A new partnership between Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and community transport operators across the region is helping to connect people experiencing loneliness and social isolation with new friends and vital support services.
Those looking to get out and about this Christmas and New Year were reminded today that they will still have a large number of bus, Metro and even local train services to choose from despite on-going rail strikes.
A total of 26 bus services that had been threatened with the axe are to be saved following a six-week review.
There are just a few days left to provide feedback on plans to grow and develop the region’s rail network over the next 30 years. ​
Bus services are more reliable and average journey times up to 22% quicker along two key Birmingham commuter routes following the introduction of Sprint bus priority measures earlier this year.
Plans to grow and develop the region’s rail network over the next 30 years are to be revised following the Covid 19 pandemic.
Regional transport bosses have agreed to continue funding bus services regarded as socially necessary as part of a review of the region’s network.
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