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Made to Move


Bee Network

Crossing a road shouldn’t require bravery and Chris Boardman has unveiled his proposals to achieve that aim.

Made to Move, a 15-step plan to transform Greater Manchester, outlined the need for a detailed walking and cycling infrastructure proposal.

The cycling and walking network is just that: a vision of a fully joined up cycling and walking network covering 1,800 miles for Greater Manchester.


Open Streets

Greater Manchester has signed up to the Open Streets movement; a programme of events that temporarily open streets to people by closing them to cars.

The Open Streets concept started in the USA in 2011 and aims to improve the quality of life for people by bringing residents together to create more vibrant and healthy communities.


Visualise the future

See how making simple changes can make your local area a more pleasant place to walk and ride a bike.


Maps of the proposals

See the Greater Manchester and local authority maps of proposed infrastructure interventions. Also find out how you can comment on the proposals.



Find documents published in relation to the Greater Manchester Cycling and Walking Commissioner’s plans.


The Hive

Find regular updates on the progress of the Bee Network here.


Network consultations

As a public organisation, we want the views of residents, travellers, and other interested organisations when we're considering changes or improvements.

Our public consultation exercises follow principles that describe why and how we do this.

Consultation and engagement principles