Will Birmingham now get public transport that’s worth the name?

Blimey someone has spoken. It’s 6 years since I had any say in Birmingham’s transport system, or lack of it. I spent my year trying to bring on the tram. Is the announcement of ‘a bus that thinks it’s a tram” mean the end of the a belief in the tram. For some maybe but not for Geoff Inskip of Centro. He see’s it a way of getting there.

1 thought on “Will Birmingham now get public transport that’s worth the name?

  1. Alvaro

    I dont think we should have ohetnar FAT CAT,,,this mayor will make congestion charges in our city centre and all other charges ,,,make the people suffer and for what? so we can pay him? hes just going to be ohetnar MP or Councillor,,,,we need to cut back,,,just as everyone is affected by cut back so should the local and national governments do the same,,,,its insane to even think about a new mayor,,,,,NO to MAYOR

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