Greater Manchester is set to pump an extra £40 million into the region’s active travel infrastructure.
Key Route Network measures will allow authorities to look beyond local vested interests when determining the future of cycling and bus networks
Councils in England are to receive £32.9 million of Government skills training funding to help them design and create active travel schemes that work for residents and consider the local road network.
Many see Mobility as a Service as the way forward for joined-up travel. Vested interests and different operating systems are just a couple of the obstacles
As the cost of living crisis takes a firmer grip, transport poverty looks set to deepen – especially in rural areas of the UK
Easing congestion and encouraging the use of public transport are the aims of new partnership formed between Transport for Greater Manchester and mobility as a service (Maas) provider Skedgo.