David Stevens, the Chief Operating Officer of Welsh insurance firm Admiral, thinks transport links in South East Wales are "not good enough".
He told our Business Correspondent Carole Green that many members of Admiral's workforce experience transport problems which impact their "quality of life, or cost, or convenience."
A task force aiming to improve transport links in South East Wales has warned that plans for a rapid transit system for the Cardiff area "require significant technical developments and value for money consideration."
The South Wales Integrated Transport Task Force has delivered its first, interim, report today, after being set up by the Welsh Government next year.
Ideas for a new light rail and tram system linking Cardiff with the surrounding area have been put forward in various forms in recent years, with the The South Wales Integrated Transport Task Force set up last year to look specifically at plans.
A task force set up to drive plans for a metro system in south east Wales will deliver its first set of recommendations today.
The South Wales Integrated Transport Task Force was set up last year to develop plans for a rapid transit system using rail, light rail and buses, which would meet the needs of the public, businesses and the environment byt linking communities and jobs.
Transport minister Carl Sargeant is joining members of the task force and representatives from Cardiff Business Partnership to launch the task force's interim report today.