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South Wales Metro: the next phase?

Event organised by ICE

Date
02 March 2023
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Overview

Transport for Wales is leading the development of a new integrated transport system for South Wales. Building the South Wales Metro is an ambitious, multi-million-pound project. The South Wales Metro will be an integrated network of bus, rail and active travel (walking and cycling) that will improve connectivity and make sustainable travel easier across South Wales. This session will focus on the South East Wales Metro and the associated programmes that will deliver the next phases of an integrated, extended Metro network providing better connectivity within and beyond the Cardiff Capital Region. The Cardiff Capital Region priorities are split into immediate priorities that include rail extensions, bus, active travel and integration to longer term projects that include rail and bus rapid transit.

Speakers

Rob Jones

Rob Jones

Transport for Wales

strategic development programme manager

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Rob Jones

Rob Jones has worked as a transport planner for the past 20+ years, working particularly in Wales but also across the UK. More recently Rob has taken up a role with Transport for Wales, providing leadership for the development of the Metro Programme supporting collaboration across governmental and private sector delivery partners.

 Amy Nichols

 Amy Nichols

Transport for Wales

strategic development programme manager

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 Amy Nichols

Amy Nichols has worked within the Transport Sector in Wales for the last seven years, most recently taking up the strategic role within Transport for Wales to lead the development of the Metro Central (Cardiff Central) and Cardiff Bay Metro programmes, working alongside industry and public sector partners to realise collaborative transport benefits in this Metro area.

For more information please contact:

Eleanor Kelman