The DfT is to create a second headquarters in Birmingham and a northern base in Leeds, with 650 staff located in the cities.
The Birmingham headquarters will include ministerial offices, with ministers expected to spend a significant amount of time there.
The DfT has already begun recruiting in Birmingham and Leeds, with 100 roles created so far, including senior civil servant positions.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps said: “Transport is absolutely vital to the local...+59% more
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