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Birmingham Airport boss Paul Kehoe has welcomed delays to a crucial Government blueprint for the skies – as it aims to double its nine million passengers.Read
Train drivers are backing a fight over the sacking of a Birmingham junior manager for alleged poor timekeeping – increasing the risk of disruption for travellers to the Olympics.Read
Plans for a new £32 billion rail network with Birmingham at its heart have been dealt a major blow after they were criticised by the Commons committee responsible for overseeing public spending.Read
MAJOR changes are to be unveiled today for Birmingham city centre bus passengers.Read
North Warwickshire Council officials have pressed the Government to clarify plans for the proposed HS2 railway link which is set to pass through an area covered by the authority.
Transport chiefs have been handed a £33 million fighting fund to help tackle congestion, reduce carbon emissions and kick start the regional economy.Read
Four men leading the £600 million transformation of Birmingham’s New Street station and the Pallasades shopping centre gathered together for the first time to see how work is progressing.
A former Jaguar shop steward has been elected as chairman of the West Midlands integrated transport authority.Read
A campaign to bring millions of new passengers to Birmingham Airport has taken its message to the heart of Government , as airport chief executive Paul Kehoe spoke at a Commons reception.Read
Labour is to try to pressure Chancellor George Osborne into scrapping a 3p rise in fuel duty due to take effect in August.Read
The West Midlands should take advantage of the UK’s booming rail freight market by re-opening the Walsall to Stourbridge railway line, according to the regional transport authority.Read
New Street station developers have harked back to its 19th century heritage with the opening of new staff facilities at platform 1.Read
WEST Midlands transport bosses have called on the Government to back £60 million worth of rail upgrades which they claim would create 4,400 jobs.Read
HS2 is still “the only option” if the UK is to keep pace with other countries in Europe according to a Birmingham business leader.Read
Work has finally started on a multi-million scheme to return trams to the centre of Birmingham.Read
One of Birmingham’s biggest employers has launched a £500,000 drive to help talented students on the road to academic success.Read
A tobacco firm has opened what it calls a “state of the art” smoking balcony at Birmingham Airport.Read
Birmingham Airport passenger terminals could be moved more than half a mile east to be closer to the planned HS2 interchange.Read
HUNDREDS of angry passengers left Birmingham Airport without their luggage after a power cut caused chaos for travellers.Read
Only the planned high speed rail line with Birmingham at its heart will be able to meet growing demand for rail travel in future decades, MPs have warned.Read
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