Transport in Wales

May 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p77
Trade Publication
The Transport Statistics Users' Group held a joint seminar with the Wales Transport Research Center at the University of Glamorgan. The event focused on the themes of information, interchange, investment and integration in Wales. Professor Stuart Cole, Director of the Wales Transport Research Center, opened the day with a talk on the Information needs of the independent traveller in Wales. He spoke about how travel is an integral part of the tourist industry. The efficient provision of all transport mode is a prerequisite not only for the expansion of tourism but also in maintaining current levels. The role of an integrated transportation policy is best understood if placed in the context of everyday journeys. The afternoon session looked at individual modes and their place in the Welsh transport arena. Peter Mackenzie-Williams, head of Aviation, TRL, outlined current and future developments in the aviation market.


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