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Residents asked to feedback on new crossings proposed in Wigan
Residents in Wigan can now give their views on several proposed new crossings that will enable more people to make short journeys on foot or by bike in the borough.
Bike boost for Transport Unit and local charities
The police and five not-for-profit organisations dedicated to supporting local communities across Greater Manchester have been given a bike boost.
Major boost for cycling and walking development
New technology is set to offer a major boost to Greater Manchester’s unprecedented investment into cycling and walking infrastructure.
New crossings proposed in Oldham and Trafford
Residents in Oldham and Trafford are being asked for their views on several proposed new crossings.
Start a community bike library
Grants of up to £5k are now available to help GM-based organisations set up community bike libraries.
Beryl confirmed as city-region’s cycle hire delivery partner
Bike-share company Beryl has been selected as the delivery partner to design, install and operate a 24/7, public cycle hire scheme made up of an initial 1,500 bikes and e-bikes.
50 School Streets for Greater Manchester
£500k to deliver 50 School Streets across the city-region by spring 2022.
Safer Streets in Withington
Residents asked to feedback on plans for safer streets in Withington
50% of survey respondents open to walking and cycling more post-pandemic
A GM COVID-19 recovery survey has found almost half (47%) of respondents want to cycle and walk more after the pandemic.
£1.3m funding for Bury
Bury sees £1.3m funding approved for cycling and walking schemes
Bolton CYCLOPS junction
Bolton opens the UK’s second pioneering CYCLOPS junction
Cycle & Stride
Cycle & Stride for Active Lives has announced the first 10 groups which will form part of its initiative to enable and support thousands of people across Greater Manchester to become more active through walking and cycling.
Cheadle & Cheadle Heath Active Neighbourhood
Residents in Cheadle Heath and Cheadle, Stockport are being asked how they’d like to improve the streets where they live as part of plans to create a series of new low-traffic neighbourhoods across Greater Manchester.