|Bath; Tramtracker: Press Release 13 March 2019||At a meeting Bath and Bristol Trams Wednesday night, Mark Shelford, BANES cabinet member for Transport reported that funding had been secured from WECA of £1.95 m for the Bristol mass transit study to develop the feasibility and business cases which will include the spur from Bristol to Bath and villages and towns in between. A further tranche of £450k has been secured from WECA to investigate the Bath mass transit study looking at all options including trams.||Bath|
|Bath: Bath Conference Details: 24 November 2018||A gathering of the UK leading specialists||Bath|
|Bath; Bath Conference 24 November 2018||Bath MP Wera Hobhouse and Bath Trams are hosting a conference on the re-introduction of Trams for Bath as a solution to the congestion and pollution issues, as a stimulus to Bath's economy by facilitating shoppers and workers entering the city, and as a solution to movement in the public realm within the city. In addition to a comprehensive network within Bath, tram connections to Chippenham, Radstock, Bristol and Bristol airport are proposed. Experts from the transport sector will be giving their views, along with the leaders of the local political parties.||Bath|
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