Skip to main content

News

Ashton Interchange steels itself for major construction milestone

NewsPosted 25 March 2019

Tameside Council and transport leaders have marked an important milestone in the construction of Ashton’s new transport interchange, visiting the site to see the completion of its steel superstructure.

Bumper boost to the Bee Network: £137 million investment announced

NewsPosted 22 March 2019

A total of 18 new cycling and walking schemes with a total value of £137m will be considered by Greater Manchester Combined Authority next week as part of Greater Manchester’s Bee Network.

Another £3m to help clean up Greater Manchester’s bus fleet

NewsPosted 22 March 2019

Greater Manchester is set to receive another £3 million government funding to help clean up its bus fleet and improve air quality across the city-region.

Planning green light for Stockport’s transformational new transport hub, park and residential scheme

NewsPosted 22 March 2019

Planning permission has been improved for the new Stockport interchange, which will include a rooftop park, a cycling and walking bridge and a residential development.

Special event held to mark exciting progress on landmark project

NewsPosted 22 March 2019

Political, transport and commercial leaders gathered at intu Trafford Centre to view the latest exciting progress made on Metrolink’s Trafford Park Line extension.

Greater Manchester takes home top European transport strategy award

NewsPosted 22 March 2019

Greater Manchester has scooped the European Commission's Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) award in recognition of its sustainable transport strategy.

Major Metrolink mileage magic

NewsPosted 20 March 2019

Tram 3006 became the first M-5000 Metrolink vehicle to clock up 1,000,000 kilometres this afternoon.

New fleet boost for 'lifeline' transport service

NewsPosted 18 March 2019

We’re replacing our aging fleet of Ring and Ride vehicles with new cleaner and greener vehicles.

Stark warning over reckless activity

NewsPosted 8 March 2019

‘Tram-surfers’ continue to run the very real risk of death or serious injury.

Greater Manchester tables ambitious proposals to clean up harmful air pollution

NewsPosted 26 February 2019

Greater Manchester leaders will be asked this Friday (1 March) to endorse wide-ranging proposals to tackle the urgent problem of air pollution across the city-region.