Welsh councils calls on TfW to follow TfL’s example by being more open

Governance

Rhodri Clark
13 July 2022
TfW’s HQ building in Pontypridd
TfW’s HQ building in Pontypridd

 

Perceptions of poor accountability and centralisation at Transport for Wales are causing “friction” between local authorities and TfW, according to a new report which contrasts TfW’s governance with that of Transport for London. TfW’s roles in active travel and bus franchising are of particular concern.

When the Welsh Government established TfW, it aimed to create an equivalent to TfL. However, the report of the Welsh Cross Party Group on the Active Travel Act says:...

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