There are fresh calls to scrap plans to build an M4 relief road in Newport in favour of better public transport.
The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales says £1.4bn of public money earmarked for building the relief road should be spent on improving public transport in Wales.
Sophie Howe says the cash should be spent on the proposed Metro, active travel and public transport. The money is currently earmarked for the M4 Black Route.
The Future Generations Commissioner for Wales says: "Wales has a choice to make. It must choose whether to spend £1.4 billion on building a 14-mile section of M4 motorway, or to invest in alternative sustainable transport infrastructure that's fit for future generations, that Wales and the world can be proud of."
"We offer a package of integrated transport solutions as an alternative to travelling by car, to help solve congestion around Newport but can be transposed to any part of Wales, to make a better contribution to Wales' well-being goals. "
The Welsh Government have said the Public Inquiry is an opportunity for everyone to be involved.