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Connections – July 2020

Bid for statutory status submitted to government Transport strategy approved Chair and vice-chair re-elected Future mobility regulatory review response

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Cllr Keith Glazier re-elected as TfSE chair

The chair and vice-chair of Transport for the South East have been re-elected by members of the Shadow Partnership Board at its July meeting. Cllr Keith Glazier, leader of East Sussex County Council, will serve as chair for the next twelve months, with Cllr Tony Page, deputy leader of Reading Borough Council, as vice-chair. The &hellip; <a href="https://transportforthesoutheast.org.uk/2020/07/20/cllr-keith-glazier-re-elected-as-tfse-chair/">Continued</a>

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Evidence submitted to government review of future mobility regulation

Transport for the South East has submitted its response to the government’s ‘Future of Transport Regulatory Review’ call for evidence, setting out how better regulation of this fast-moving sector can help improve connectivity and quality of life while supporting sustainable economic growth. The review looks at the regulatory frameworks covering: Micromobility which includes e-scooters and &hellip; <a href="https://transportforthesoutheast.org.uk/2020/07/03/evidence-submitted-to-government-review-of-future-mobility-regulation/">Continued</a>

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Connections – May 2020

Annual Report highlights Transport strategy amendments approved Covid-19 and our transport network Margaret Paren steps down from our board

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Active travel funding welcomed as councils look to ease pressure on public transport

Councils and employers must be given the tools they need to keep commuters safe and healthy and prevent overcrowding. That’s the view of Transport for the South East following today’s announcement that £250m of government funding – the first part of a £5bn package announced in February – will be brought forward to help local &hellip; <a href="https://transportforthesoutheast.org.uk/2020/05/09/active-travel-funding-welcomed-as-councils-look-to-ease-pressure-on-public-transport/">Continued</a>

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Budget boost for South East roads

A multi-billion pound investment in the South East’s Strategic Road Network will take place over the next five years following confirmation of the Government’s Roads Investment Strategy for 2020-25. A dozen schemes from across the region have been included in the programme, with four committed for construction and a further eight ‘pipeline’ schemes to be &hellip; <a href="https://transportforthesoutheast.org.uk/2020/03/16/budget-boost-for-south-east-roads/">Continued</a>

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Connections – March 2020

Our message to the Chancellor: Invest in the South East to help level up the UK TfSE in the news Developing our freight strategy Meet the team: Benn White

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