Two cycling and walking schemes in Bury and Salford will now be delivered after securing £5.4m from the Mayor’s Cycling and Walking Challenge Fund (MCF).
TfGM is set to launch a digital platform enabling businesses and commercial vehicle operators to apply for government support to buy low emission vehicles.
Greater Manchester has begun installing cameras and signage ahead of the launch of its clean air zone (CAZ) in May 2022.
Manchester is launching a £120 million fund in November to help people switch to cleaner vehicles ahead of introducing its clean air zone (CAZ) next year.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has awarded a contract to Vivacity Labs to install 100 sensors across the region to monitor cycling and walking schemes.
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Manchester is set to launch its clean air zone (CAZ) on May 30, 2022, with £120 million in Government funding secured to help local businesses upgrade vehicles.
Residents and schools in Greater Manchester are said to be leaving their cars at home to mark national Clean Air Day.
A planning application for an urban mobility hub in Ancoats, Manchester has been submitted on behalf of Manchester City Council.
It may be a little while before the outcomes and impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are fully known, but there is little doubt that it has presented planners with an unprecedented opportunity to make substantial changes in one fell swoop
An in-built ventilation system on Manchester's Metrolink trams circulates fresh air, helping to limit the risk of aerosol transmission of viruses, a study has found.
Almost half (47%) of respondents to a Greater Manchester Covid-19 recovery survey want to keep walking and cycling more often, when the pandemic is over.
Region plans to reduce car usage substantially by 2040.
Greater Manchester’s Mayor, Andy Burnham, has made the decision to take local control over buses as part of plans for an integrated transport network.
Metrolink has brought 'major benefits' to communities, clean air and congestion, according to a report by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has set up a pilot scheme in Coventry offering drivers £3,000 worth of mobility credits to scrap older, high emission cars.
Shared ownership/use of electric bikes and e-cargo bikes has a crucial role to play in driving uptake and boosting sustainability.
Greater Manchester is launching a further public consultation on its proposals to reform the bus market; following a new report on the impact of Covid-19.
TfGM has partnered with Vivacity Labs to roll out AI-controlled smart traffic junctions to help boost active travel in the region.
TfGM is looking for businesses to give their views on proposals to use £150 million in funding to help fleets across the region switch to cleaner vehicles.