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West Midlands CA seeks extra traffic powers for its mayor

Andrew Forster
10 June 2016
Laura Shoaf: TfWM’s chief
Laura Shoaf: TfWM’s chief
The combined authority was launched this week
The combined authority was launched this week

 

The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) hopes to become the first English authority outside London to be granted the power to enforce moving traffic offences such as yellow box junction infringements and banned turns. 

This is one of a number of new transport powers being sought by the CA as it prepares to become a mayoral combined authority next year.  

The WMCA was launched this week and covers the seven metropolitan districts of Birmingham, Solihull, Coventry, Wolverhampton,...

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