Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Expert views

'A city the size of Birmingham should have a light rail system without any problem. It is certainly big enough to accommodate it... light rail is very good at penetrating the city centre.'
So says Ton Kaper, in charge of passenger transport for The Hague in the Netherlands, speaking at the International Association of Public Transport which is meeting in Birmingham as CENTRO has the current vice-chair.

Can you hear him, Whitless?

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