This is MK:Tram
With the Greater Milton Keynes area estimated to reach a population of 500,000 by 2050, making it larger than the present day capital of Scotland, it needs a reliable, fixed transport network to allow people from all over the city to access what they need to access, whether that’s locally, regionally, or nationally.
So, what’s the answer? A fixed, rail-based network of trams. Here’s what it could look like in Milton Keynes:
The network has the ability to deliver economic growth in the city, even faster than its current estimated growth, as well as reduce the number of cars in the city centre and within the suburbs, supporting the Government’s climate agenda, and reducing congestion.