Observed around the middle of today, Thursday 17 Jan 19, the progress of many city buses both ways between Colmore Row and Sheepcote Street and beyond was well nigh impossible and this may continue for specific reasons.
There’s an exhibition of photographs taken at the 34th Birmingham, Solihull & Sandwell Jazz Festival in July 2019.
It’s at New Street Station from January 18th to 22nd March 2019.
Anyone can prevent their death by remembering a few simple Do’s and Don’ts.
Paramedic Mike Duggan describes the problems facing him on a Friday/Saturday in Broad Street.
A £1.5 billion project that will transform journeys on one of the east of England’s most vital roads reaches its half-way point this week.
The fully upgraded A14 is due to be opened to traffic by December 2020.
If you’ve recently travelled to the East of England you will have encountered this amazing project and its impact on current journeying.
On Tuesday 16 October members of the Committee of the City Centre Neighbourhood Forum (BCCNF) will be holding a Drop-in session in Café Nero in Brindleyplace from 6pm onwards.
If you have anything you’d like to discuss about city life, why not drop in?
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