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Buses / Coaches / FTR, West Midlands

West Midlands gets transport jobs boost

Patrick McDonnell

National Express West Midlands has entered into an agreement with Job Centre Plus to create 1,700 new jobs in the West Midlands over the next three years. There will be 125 new jobs created as part of the agreement, which will include additional route managers to improve the punctuality and reliability of key bus services across the region.

The “Routes to Work” agreement was signed off by works and pensions minister Chris Grayling and Peter Coates, managing director of National...

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