|Proposed - Derby Tramway 2014||Derby is a city of 249,000 citizens and growing, it has increased by 19,000 between 2001 and 2011 (last census) The population of greater Derby is about 300,000. It is home to many high tech industries, and has the highest proportion of technically qualified employees in Britain. Transportation is a major sector, including Rolls-Royce, Bombardier, and Toyota.||Proposed|
|Proposed - Cardiff Capital Region Metro:||Further to the October announcement of around £65M for the first phase of the Metro, the Business and Transport Minister, Edwina Hart, announced on November 19th the setting up of a Business and Enterprise Board for the SE Wales City region. The Board will be responsible for overseeing new economic initiatives in the Region, including the Metro. It is to be chaired by Roger Lewis, Chief Executive of the Wales Rugby Union. Exactly how it will relate to any form of transport executive, Local Authorities, and SEWTA (the transport alliance of the 10 LAs involved) is not yet known. A similar board is also being set up for South West Wales, ie. Port Talbot, Swansea and all stations to Milford Haven! There is a transport Task Force covering north Wales, particularly the Chester, Wrexham and Flint areas.||Proposed|
|Proposed - South East Edinburgh Transport Economic Potential Study Strategy & Research||The study concludes that introducing a high quality fixed link transport service to the area, along with other transport interventions could be a catalyst to unlocking significant economic development both at regional and national level. It anticipates that significant transport improvements would bring forward development of the Edinburgh BioQuarter, a site of national importance, by three years and that without a step-change in public transport, Phase 4 of the BioQuarter will be unlikely to proceed without this fixed link||Proposed|
|Proposed - South East Edinburgh Transport Economic Potential Study||Using Lean Build low cost sustainable methods outlined in our Public Inquiry, including not moving the services but stopping the trams and giving access to the utilities, the cost of this line will be significantly less than that of Line 1, therefore Line 1 should not be used as a template for further expansion of the Edinburgh Network. "The work undertaken has shown how a step change in public transport provision in south east Edinburgh will help economic development. Introducing a high quality, fixed link transport service to the area, along with other transport interventions could be a catalyst to unlocking the significant economic development potential identified in this report." Extract Steer, Davies Gleave Buchanan||Proposed|
|Proposed - High Wycombe Tram||Proposed - High Wycombe Tram||Proposed|
|Proposed - Cross River Tram - Val Shawcross AM Chair London Assembly Transport||Proposed - Cross River Tram - Val Shawcross AM Chair London Assembly Transport||Proposed|
|Tram Workshop: Oxford||The workshop will bring together an invited group of practitioners and policy makers to discuss the feasibility of using a new generation of trams to connect the historic centre with new housing and other developments.||Proposed|
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