Updated 2:37pm 20 May 2013
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A huge collection of MGs, Rovers, Austins and Minis lined up as the sun beat down on this year’s Pride of Longbridge car show, celebrating Birmingham's motor industry heritage.
A rail strike which threatened to cause chaos for people wanting to travel over Easter has been called off after a deal was thrashed out.Read
Dutch-style cycling hubs are set to be created in Birmingham city centre to encourage more people to ride bikes to work.Read
The price of train tickets on routes around Birmingham are set to rocket by four times the rate of wage rises in the next year, transport campaigners warned.Read
A £90 million new train fleet could sit gathering dust because of a bitter row between drivers and the region’s biggest operator.Read
Birmingham will save £2 million a year in electricity charges when it swaps thousands of ageing street lights for hi-tech models, it has been claimed.Read
London Midland has been dealt a blow to its plans to shut five Birmingham ticket offices after the Government rail watchdog objected.Read
A £127 million tram scheme meaning cars will be banned from some of Birmingham’s main city centre roads has taken a step forward.Read
Virgin Trains will face competition from Europe’s biggest rail operators for the right to keep running services between Birmingham and London.Read
Birmingham’s biggest rail operator accused drivers of holding passengers to ransom with their demands for overtime payments.Read
A Network Rail manager has been appointed to oversee a £250 million project to speed up trains between Birmingham and London after it ran over schedule.Read
Cutting journey times and running more trains on the West Coast Main Line is a priority, Virgin Trains chief executive tells Transport Correspondent Edward Chadwick.Read
Ticket offices at Birmingham train stations are set to be closed after the region’s biggest rail firm outlined plans to cut up to 130 jobs.Read
A Staffordshire couple are among the first to have sold their home to the Government under a scheme to compensate people living on the route of the proposed high speed rail line.Read
Crumbling churches in Birmingham will share a £280,000 windfall for urgent repair work.Read
Ed covers news across the city and is responsible for keeping an eye on Sheldon, Yardley, Stechford and Shard End. He is also a trained video journalist.
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