|Warrington: 2nd Open Letter to WBC: A better value for £196m 30th October 2017||For the £196 million +, proposed for the Western Link road and other new road schemes, a low-cost, lightweight tramway scheme along the lines of that proposed for Coventry (developed, designed and manufactured in the UK) would far better serve the needs of this town by careful route planning to keep the "rat running" out of the town, a town that has aspirations for city status||North Cheshire|
|Warrington: Open Letter to WBC Councillors 3 October 2017||I am writing an open letter to object and complain about your recently announced road plans and housing building plans.||North Cheshire|
|Report: Air Quality for Warrington November 2016||There is an opportunity coming in the proposed rebalancing of the North - South economy This can be provided by rail as part of the "Rail North" proposals and must include light rail and tramways, each mode providing optimal service for varying traffic flows. The essential requirement is full integration of modes, in terms of interchange and through ticketing, allowing seamless journeys into and within Warrington. Trams and light rail should form an essential component of our public transport provision especially connections in the East with Manchester Metrolink We need our local politicians to be more proactive to secure Warrington's position as a central hub and future proof our transport links||North Cheshire|
|Report: Air Quality for Warrington September 2017||The solution for the falling air quality in Warrington and District||North Cheshire|
|Tram Systems North Cheshire||A possible segment for the proposed One North plan for Northern England Improving connectivity A Presentation of the case for and applications of TramTrain A low cost, clean, sustainable mode for Cheshire, Warrington & Merseyside Macclesfield Town Hall 21st January 2010||North Cheshire|
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