Passenger Voice May 2015: How will the Welsh National Transport Plan deliver?
30 April 2015
Passenger Voice readers are invited to join us for a conference to explore the theme ‘Putting passengers first: How will the Welsh National Transport Plan deliver?’
The Welsh National Transport Plan, due to be published soon, sets out how the Welsh Government will deliver transport services, focusing on the five key priorities of economic growth, access to employment, tackling poverty, sustainable travel and safety and access to services.
The conference will be held at Cardiff City Hall, between 2 and 5pm on Wednesday 13 May, and will focus on how the plan will benefit passengers, how it will increase access to services and what more can be done.
It will be opened by our keynote speaker Edwina Hart AM, Minister for economy, science and transport, and will include speakers from across the transport industry. Following this there will be a networking reception, between 5 and 6.30pm where Superintendent Andy Morgan of the British Transport Police will talk about increasing public confidence in travelling.
Public Board meeting
Our Board is also meeting in public on the morning of Thursday 14 May 2015 at the Thistle Parc Hotel.
Guests from First Great Western, Virgin Trains and Severn River Crossings Plc will be speaking about cross-border services between Wales and England.
This is an opportunity to meet our Board members and senior staff, and to learn more about our work.
If you would like to attend either event or receive further details, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.