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Greater Manchester’s Bee Network increases to 1,800 miles as £134m of new cycling and walking schemes announced

NewsPosted 24 June 2019

Transport for Greater Manchester has today published an updated Bee Network map which sees the network increase to 1,800 miles in total length.

One week left for businesses and residents to give views on Greater Manchester Clean Air proposals

NewsPosted 21 June 2019

There’s just over a week left for businesses and people to give their initial views on proposals to tackle roadside air pollution in Greater Manchester.

Just the ticket! Pupils take action on air pollution

NewsPosted 20 June 2019

To mark Clean Air Day 2019, school children across Greater Manchester are taking action to improve air quality at their school gates by handing out 'penalty notices' to idling cars.

Metrolink thriving say government figures

NewsPosted 20 June 2019

The latest government figures show that the Metrolink network continues to thrive.

Greater Manchester joins global cities in signing up for people-friendly streets

NewsPosted 19 June 2019

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.

Pollution Pods land in Greater Manchester for Clean Air Week 2019

NewsPosted 13 June 2019

An internationally acclaimed artwork – allowing people to safely experience air pollution and smog from different cities around the world – is set to appear in Greater Manchester to mark the region’s first ever Clean Air Week.

First San Francisco-style Parklet and Pocket Park installed in Greater Manchester

NewsPosted 12 June 2019

Stockport town centre is the first in Greater Manchester to benefit from a San Francisco–inspired parklet; a mini-park installed on-street that features seating, greenery and cycle parking.

TfGM statement following KAM/Unite discussions

NewsPosted 28 May 2019

Danny Vaughan, TfGM’s Head of Metrolink, said: “It’s good news that a revised pay offer has been agreed between KAM and Unite officials, I am grateful for the efforts of all parties to reach this point.

Parents issued school bus reminder

NewsPosted 17 May 2019

We are urging parents and guardians to take action and book places for their children on yellow school bus services for the next academic year.

Work starts on the first Bee Network project: Wigan’s Muddy Mile

NewsPosted 10 May 2019

Work has begun to deliver the first scheme as part of Greater Manchester’s Bee Network - a plan for the UK’s largest cycling and walking network.