Published by Anne Marie Hughes on Sat 09 Jun 12 @ 22:10
Transport affects all of our working and personal lives on a daily basis and has a major impact on the economy.
Through our engagement with members, we are well aware of the range of issues faced - from potholes on the road network to a lack of direct flights to get to the places business needs to go - as highlighted by the recently announced bmi withdrawal from the Glasgow-Heathrow route.
Our Connect to Compete campaign looks to identify and provide a business perspective on Glasgow's transport priorities.
A draft document has been developed through ongoing discussions with members and from our interactive Transport Summit 2010, which brought together a range of key stakeholders - both suppliers and users - to discuss and identify priorities.
We are now in the throes of compiling the final document, and we need to have your views to ensure your local, national and international connectivity needs are met.
We will put forward the case for investment to influence the prosperity of the city region to influencers and decision makers
Please review the document via the link below and contact David MacLeod at Glasgow Chamber of Commerce by 11 March 2011 with any comments, 0141 204 2121, email@example.com