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Motorists are being encouraged to take care on the roads as the days get shorter and winter weather sets in.
A ground-breaking new scheme trialled in Stockport and aimed at transforming underused space into urban mini-parks has been hailed as an overwhelming success with 95% of people saying they would like more installed across Greater Manchester.
Greater Manchester is launching a major public consultation to get a wide range of views on how the city-region’s bus services should be run.
Yesterday, work began to repair Heaton Park’s historic tramway after it was targeted by thieves last week. The repairs are a collaboration between Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), Keolis Amey Metrolink (KAM) and specialist transport engineering firm, Pod-Trak.
Wigan’s new bus station has proven to be a big hit with users during its first year - with customer satisfaction levels increasing almost threefold.
With tens of thousands of people set to march across the city centre this Sunday commuters are being urged to plan their journeys in advance.
- Double daily rail passenger numbers in regional centre to 200,000 by 2040
- Triple use of Metrolink across wider city-region
- Simple, convenient multimodal zonal ticketing
- Rebuild trust with a locally accountable GM Rail service
- Locally accountable rail network delivers reliable and frequent services
- GMCA to shortly consider the next key step in bus reform process
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) and KeolisAmey Metrolink (KAM) have come together to help the Heaton Park Tramway after it was targeted by thieves.
Commuters are being urged to plan ahead and allow extra time for their journeys ahead of this evening’s rush hour to avoid potential travel delays.
Stretford Cycleway open for business as part of a £42 million region-wide cycling investment programme
Stretford Cycleway has now been completed, meaning people travelling on bikes in Trafford can enjoy safer journeys away from traffic in a segregated bike lane. The 3.2km cycleway, which runs up Stretford Road and Talbot Road includes segregated cycle lanes, improved crossings, new cycle markings, carriageway surfacing and bus stop and parking bay bypasses – providing more space and protection for people travelling by bike.
Excited students at a Manchester school were on hand to greet a big yellow new arrival this morning, as they became the first to benefit from an exciting community transport project.
Changes to the city centre Free Bus will see services running even later, offering a major boost to the night time economy.