Transport for Wales seeks right balance over governance

Rhodri Clark
11 January 2023
Lee Waters: I don’t think we’ve found the right balance, the right sweet spot, of accountability yet
Lee Waters: I don’t think we’ve found the right balance, the right sweet spot, of accountability yet

 

Further changes to Transport for Wales’ governance are on the cards, after the key minister responsible expressed doubts about the current structure’s accountability as a separate body. TfW is currently developing a new “target operating model”.

One recent change is that chief executive James Price is now a TfW employee, rather than being on secondment from the Welsh Government.

Deputy climate change minister Lee Waters recently described TfW as “not an independent...

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