The introduction of 5G services supports the West Midlands Combined Authority’s strategy to give consumers and businesses in Birmingham and the surrounding area the very latest digital communications.
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The Midland Metro Alliance, working on behalf of the West Midlands Combined Authority, will begin the next stage of the Birmingham Westside Metro extension in the UK in September 2018. This stage of works will see the Metro line constructed between Victoria Square and Centenary Square.
To reduce road congestion and air pollution whilst encouraging a healthier lifestyle, the Mayor of West Midlands hopes to boost the number of journeys made on foot and bike…
The West Midlands region is soon to receive the transport app Whim, the first location outside of Finland to be able to operate the service that integrates planning, payments, reservations and subscriptions in one app…
Discussion about the Midland Metro's potential extension has rumbled on for years, but government funding now means it will become a reality...
A new bike-sharing scheme, which has been approved by the members of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), is to be launched across the West Midlands.
Members of the West Midlands Bus Alliance gathered to sign a renewed contract at the Coach & Bus UK Show at the National Exhibition Centre near Birmingham.
1 September 2017 | By Mandy Parrett, Editorial Assistant
Plans for the tram route extension between Birmingham’s city centre and Edgbaston have been confirmed thanks to final funding boost from the government.
27 July 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Bus passengers in Solihull can expect cleaner buses and improved facilities if a landmark scheme to improve quality gets the go-ahead.