Plans to restructure East Midlands Ambulance Service have been approved.
It will mean fewer main ambulance stations but smaller community ambulance sites, many of which could be shared with existing emergency services.
The approval plans are for 28 main ambulance stations and 108 community ambulance stations which will be sites where staff can rest between jobs.
Following the government's mix-up yesterday over the awarding of the franchise for the West Coast mainline, there are calls today for reviews of other transport contracts.
Pauline Latham, MP for Mid-Derbyshire, has asked the Secretary of State for Transport to pause the process on the contract for the manufacture and maintenance of the stock for the Thameslink programme, after Derby-based firm Bombardier missed out on the deal.