Midlands Rail Hub proposals to be released

Date posted: November 21, 2022
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Midlands Connect will release the details of the Outline Business Case for its flagship project the Midlands Rail Hub which is being submitted to government. The proposals will reduce journey times, increase rail capacity and supercharge the economy by bringing the East and West Midlands closer together.

This event is to launch the Business Case, with stakeholders and senior politicians attending. There will be photo and interview opportunities available, please get in touch if you wish to attend.

When: Monday 5th December 12-2pm

Where: The Banqueting Suite of the Council House Victoria Square, Birmingham B1 1BB.

Contact & RSVP: For further information or to RSVP to the event please contact paulbutters@midlandsconnect.uk or 07827 747436


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