Last year more than 30,000 people were caught without a tram ticket across the Metrolink network. That amounts to almost a hundred people a day.
Greater Manchester’s first ever mayoral election is fast approaching and Stephen Morris, candidate for English Democrats, is campaigning hard for victory.
A second Transport Fund for Manchester will be “critical” following this week’s budget announcement.
More than 250 Metrolink drivers have gone through intensive training ahead of the opening of the Second City Crossing tram route.
News means work could start on the line this winter – and be operational by 2020.
The bus gate only allows buses, cyclists, and taxis through, while general traffic must find another route.
‘Democracy needs scrutiny’: Meet the ‘Green Party broom’ leader Bennett is sending to sweep out ‘dusty’ City Hall
The Green Party’s key Manchester candidate Ben Godfrey has said that electing Green councillors would help Manchester City Council find the ‘creative’ responses that it needs to austerity problems.
‘Fundamentally flawed’: Manchester unions criticise Government over Northern Rail ‘April Fools’ shake-up
Manchester Piccadilly played host to one of the biggest shake-ups to northern train services in the last decade on Friday.
Tony Lloyd’s commitment to addressing air pollution could extend life expectancy in Mancunians, according to a University of Manchester academic.
Mobile defibrillators will be carried on Manchester trams for the first time ever this evening as part of the safety measures being put in place for ‘Mad Friday’.
More than 75% of people in Britain have ‘overwhelmingly confirmed’ that more money should be invested in cycling, according to the biggest survey into cycling habits in the UK.