Steve Chatwin from Centro has said that Birmingham needs to be a city fit for the future.
Today, the city council set out its 25-year transport vision.
The leader of Birmingham City Council, Sir Albert Bore, has told ITV News Central that the city is 'totally reliant on cars'.
It comes as the city council has set out its 25-year vision for a new transport system, including a network of electric and solar-powered buses.
The future of the A38 tunnels which run through Birmingham city centre is to be debated, the city council's transport vision for the city says.
The council's 110 page consultation document into the future of Birmingham's transport says the long term future of the A38 will be openly debated in order to improve movement around the city centre.
The Queensway Tunnels were closed for six weeks this summer for highway maintenance.
A 25-year vision for Birmingham's transport system has been unveiled by the city council which will include a network of electric and solar-powered buses.
Birmingham's new Mobility Action Plan, a 110 page document released by council leader Sir Albert Bore, will also include a London-style tube map as well as a smart card system similar to the Oyster card in London.
Birmingham City Council is setting out its 25-year vision for the city's future transport needs.
It says an action plan is needed to map out future investment and infrastructure. Three million journeys are made around the city every day.