As the government sets out its plans to return life to as normal as possible, transport providers are urging passengers to only use public transport for essential journeys. But as more people look to return to the city centre, what can and should be done to protect those travelling? Are new traffic regulations required and should public walkways be widened to enable social distancing?
On June 30, 2pm, join Colmore BID for an online debate about Birmingham’s transport plans. Hear from transport providers and experts about the measures that are being put in place and how those commuting can remain safe when travelling.
The event is free to attend online and will be hosted via Zoom. Once registered, a link to the debate will be emailed so that you can watch live on June 30.
Host Kevin Johnson, Urban Communications
Panellists Cllr Waseem Zaffar, Cabinet Member for Transport and the Environment Fay Easton, Head of Stakeholder & Community for West Midlands Railway Mike Mounfield, Projects Manager at Colmore BID.