Last Friday’s final consultation on whether Greater Manchester’s buses should be returned to public authority control was extremely convincing.
Power to the people? Consultations on future of Greater Manchester’s buses to have final say this Friday
The final in a series of discussions on whether to bring Greater Manchester’s buses back under public control will take place this Friday.
There is much to entertain you in life but sitting in traffic isn’t one of them.
‘We need a culture change’: Former Olympic champ Boardman lays out his £1.5bn cycling and walking vision
Boardman, who won gold at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, has delivered a 15-point plan to transform the city region and encourage more people to ditch the car in favour of two wheels or two feet.
Manchester Metrolink’s ‘Second City Crossing’ (2CC) has been named as Britain’s Construction and Engineering Project of the Year at the National Transport Awards.
The four-year project to transform Oxford Road has finally concluded.
‘Bigger and better’: Metrolink praise patience through overhaul as customer satisfaction rises again
Despite Metrolink’s massive overhaul recently – which has turned the Manchester light rail network into the UK’s biggest – customer satisfaction is higher than ever.
Crowds of over 160,000 revelled in the diverse line up including everything from indie sensations The 1975 and singer and rapper Frank Ocean through to George Ezra, London Grammar, Pete Tong and Fatboy Slim.
More than 250 Metrolink drivers have gone through intensive training ahead of the opening of the Second City Crossing tram route.
Twenty-five loved-up Manchester couples, including Take Me Out’s Mr Deansgate and his date, are in for a romantic ride around the city this weekend.
Mancunian jobseekers will be handed free bikes to help them to get back on the job ladder by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).