Spending on transport projects in the West Midlands is less than a third of that in London.
In evidence given to MPs on the Transport Committee, Centro said that local funding of £198-per-head on transport compared with £644-per-head in London for 2012.
Now - some people have train sets, others have huge soft toy collections - but one man from Peterborough has taken his interest in flying commercial jet planes to a whole new level.
Richard Hutchinson has spent thousands of pounds building an authentic replica of a Boeing 737 cockpit in his bedroom.
A new service between Newquay and Birmingham is launched today.
It's aimed at both business and holiday travellers. It'll run seven days a week for the summer months and is operated by Flybe. Tickets for single flights are on sale now.
The managing director of Bombardier UK says the company's workforce has been looking forward to celebrating 175 years of the railways in Derby. He says it is a particularly important milestone for the people who have worked there for more than 25 years.
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Taxi drivers in Nottingham are protesting today over plans to make them take a new 'knowledge' test before they can be licensed.
Gedling borough Council says it'll help provide a better service. But drivers say the test shouldn't apply to existing licence holders.
Members of the public will get the chance to go on one of the Midland Metro's new trams tomorrow.
£40 million has been spent upgrading the fleet, and five out of a eventual 20 trams are being tested at the main depot in Wednesbury.
They'll be in full service by the summer, but passengers can have an early look at one of the high-tech trams at Birmingham Snow Hill station tomorrow. Chris Halpin reports.
Commuters on the Midland Metro have spoken of their excitement at the launch of a £40 million new fleet of trams in the coming months.
Passengers told ITV News Central they liked the look of the new trams and were excited to get on board - though had their fingers crossed for fewer breakdowns.
The general manager of Midland Metro has welcomed five new £1.8 million trams set to hit the tracks in the summer.
Dean Watkins told ITV News Central around five million people use the line every year, and said the new trams could "only be a good thing" for the region, both in terms of improving public transport and by encouraging investment.
One of the Midland Metro's new £40million fleet of trams will go on show to the public for the first time tomorrow.
A total of 20 new trams are being built in Spain, and so far five have been delivered to the Midland Metro depot in Wednesbury. Each costs £1.8m, and the new trams will be able to carry a third more passengers.
ITV News Central were invited to see inside one of the new trams, ahead of the public viewing at Birmingham Snow Hill on Saturday 5th April.
They replace the older trams which have been running between Wolverhampton and Birmingham for 15 years, since the line first opened in 1999. It's all part of the £126 million upgrade to the line which is being extended to Birmingham New Street.