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April 2021 marks 10 years of Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM), who, ever since their formation, have gone from strength to strength in delivering and developing transport infrastructure across the Greater Manchester area.
TfGM was formed following the rebranding of the Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (GMPTE), along with new powers.
Transport users in the Greater Manchester area will most likely have benefited from the TfGM.
Projects and schemes include:
Credit: Network Rail
Chief Executive Officer of Transport for Greater Manchester Eamonn Boylan said: “This is a significant landmark, and it gives us the opportunity to look back, with great pride, on everything we’ve achieved to improve transport for our customers, and I’d like to personally thank everyone who played a part in that.
“Our goal now is to deliver world-class connections that support long-term, sustainable economic growth and an integrated transport network.
“We need to focus on creating the right environment for 50% of all journeys to be made by walking, cycling and public transport by 2040. It’s a vision that all of our staff are committed to delivering for everyone who lives, works and visits Greater Manchester.”
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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