Find out more about what Â£70 billion transport master plan will mean for Sheffield at Valentine's Day event
You can find out whether you love or loathe the Â£70 billion transport master plan for the north at a Valentine's Day consultation event in Sheffield.
Transport for the North last month unveiled wide-ranging proposals to better connect northern cities including Sheffield to each other and the rest of the world.
Its 30-year vision includes improving rail links between Sheffield, Manchester and Leeds, and building a road tunnel to speed up journeys across the Pennines.
A 13-week consultation is underway, and you can learn more about the plans and have your say at a consultation event in Sheffield on Wednesday, February 14, from 4pm-7pm.
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The event in Sheffield City Hall, at Barker's Pool, will feature two presentations each followed by Q&A sessions at 4pm and 6pm, sandwiching a drop-in Q&A between 5pm and 6pm.
Anyone is welcome to attend, but those planning on doing so are asked to register at transportforthenorth.com/calendar/stp-sheffield.
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