From Sunday, 12 November, Broad Street buses will return to their usual route along Broad Street/Centenary Square in both directions.
This is the latest update containing transport news and important information for the city. Continue reading
It’s comforting to know that there is a public organisation in the West Midlands that aims to reduce the number of public transport related crimes and keep passengers safer – A SUCCESS! Read More.
You can get news on what’s happening and when in any area of the city using the information provided by Birmingham Connected. Continue reading
The consultation details on this have now been published.
The consultation starts today, Monday 25 November, and finishes on Friday 24 January. Continue reading
As a starter for information on this and news bulletins of planned work (historical as well as future) visit www.connectedcity.org.uk/.
A group of city partners, Centro, Birmingham City Council, National Express West Midlands, and the city centre’s four BIDs, launched a strategic plan – the Vision for Movement – a year ago in November 2010 to generate some ‘joined up’ thinking for getting around the city centre. On Wednesday morning, Nov 9, more than 100 key figures from the city’s business community attended the ‘Vision for Movement – One Year On’ briefing to hear how the last 12 months have seen high profile transport projects forge ahead. Two of your committee members were amongst this select gathering. Continue reading