North East Joint Transport Committee

 
 
 

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Introduction

The North East Joint Transport Committee was established by The Newcastle Upon Tyne, North Tyneside and Northumberland Combined Authority (Establishment and Functions) Order 2018 (the Order).

It brings together the two Combined Authorities of the region, the North East Combined Authority and the North of Tyne Combined Authority, to exercise certain functions in accordance with the Order.

Transport is of strategic importance to the North East, and the collaborative working of both Combined Authorities allows effective decision-making across the region, which ensures that the local needs and priorities are delivered.

Membership

Members

Councillor Martin Gannon (Chair), Leader of Gateshead Council

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Norma Redfearn CBE, Elected Mayor of North Tyneside Council

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Councillor Nick Forbes, Leader of Newcastle City Council

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Councillor Carl Marshall, Cabinet Member of Durham County Council

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Councillor Peter Jackson, Leader of Northumberland County Council

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Councillor Iain Malcolm, Leader of South Tyneside Council

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Councillor Graeme Miller, Leader of Sunderland City Council

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Substitutes Members

Councillor Catherine Donovan, Deputy Leader of Gateshead Council

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Councillor Joyce McCarty, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member of Newcastle City Council

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Councillor Carl Johnson, Cabinet Member of North Tyneside Council

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Councillor Simon Henig, Leader of Durham County Council

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Councillor Wayne Daley, Deputy Leader of Northumberland County Council

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Councillor Mark Walsh, Cabinet Member of South Tyneside Council

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Councillor Michael Mordey, Deputy Leader of Sunderland City Council

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