The Regional Transport Coordination Centre (RTCC), part of a £22 million project to improve coordination across public transport and road networks and manage congestion in the West Midlands, has be
Transport & Infrastructure
The role of the group is to act in a formal advisory capacity to the LEP Board on all relevant transport and other infrastructure matters.
- Assist the development of a pipeline of infrastructure projects with a balanced mix of large scale ‘flagship’ and small/medium sized schemes.
- Provide timely and appropriate input to future reviews of the LEP Strategic Economic Plan.
- Bring evidence and pressure to bear on strategic transport and infrastructure bodies such as Highways England, Network Rail and DfT in order to influence their future investment decisions.
- Ensure coordination on transport and wider infrastructure matters is carried out with neighbouring LEPs and Local Authorities, including the development of Statements of Common Ground on issues of mutual interest (e.g. A5, A46, North-South Rail etc.).
A full set of terms of reference for the group can be found in the Latest from the Group section below
Board Lead: TBA
Operational Chair: Mark Ryder
David Tucker (David Tucker Associates/Federation of Small Businesses)
Tom Head (Head Mann/Federation of Small Businesses/Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce)
Adrian Hart (Warwickshire County Council)
Adam Dent (Advent Communications)
Robert Eaton (Birmingham Airport)
Lisa Maric (Highways England)
Chris Skilton (Network Rail)
Colin Knight (Coventry City Council)
Barbara King (Department for Transport)
Cllr Peter Butlin (Warwickshire County Council)
Martin Hancock (National Express)
Martin Dyer (WSP/Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP)
Maria Machancoses (West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority)
Michelle Wilson (Advent Communications)
Congestion-busting messages designed to keep motorists moving across the West Midlands are being tweeted from one region-wide Twitter account for the first time.
There are just three weeks left to have your say on a draft transport plan for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Advice has today been issued to travellers ahead of planned industrial action and disruption on the West Midlands rail network starting this Saturday.
Meeting Dates 2020
24th January 2020