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Mayor makes pledge for Greater Manchester Clean Air Day

The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has pledged to do his bit to tackle air pollution for the first Greater Manchester Clean Air Day, taking place on Thursday 15 June.

Riding Mobike Shenzhen China

Wheels in motion for European-first cycle hire scheme

A European-first cycle hire scheme, which will help make cycling a more convenient and attractive way to travel in city centres, is coming to Manchester and Salford.

Women on Wheels suffragette ride

Women urged to channel their pedal power

Women across Greater Manchester are being encouraged to get on their bikes this spring with series of female-friendly cycling events across the region.

Spring walking weekend

Put a step in your spring

Flourishing flowers, warmer weather, lighter days and local landmarks are just some of the great reasons to lace up your walking boots for a new event this spring, say transport leaders.

Greater Manchester’s Natural Capital Annual Conference

Leading practitioners from across the country attended the Greater Manchester’s Natural Capital Annual Conference in Salford recently, to discuss how best to adopt a natural capital approach in urban environments.

Cllr Roger Jones, Salford City Council, Cllr Chris Paul, TfGMC & Richard Clark, TfGM Project Manager

Work starts on Port Salford Greenway extension

Work to extend a popular Salford cycle route and boost access to job opportunities, leisure facilities and green spaces began earlier this year.

Salford City Mayor & Chair of Low Carbon Hub Paul Dennett and GM Mayor Tony Lloyd

Life-saving air quality and climate change plans published

Greater Manchester’s leaders have set out the radical, life-saving actions they will take to improve air quality, tackle emissions and reduce the region’s carbon footprint.

Kellogg's cycle turnstile

Businesses urged to join Greater Manchester sustainable travel revolution

Greater Manchester businesses are being urged to sign up for free sustainable travel support – including grants of up to £10,000 – to save money, increase productivity and help create a healthier workforce. 

£4m technology hub for Manchester SMEs launched

A £4 million technology hub for Manchester companies to create the next generation of carbon-neutral hydrogen fuel cells is being launched at Manchester Metropolitan University.

The Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre (MFCIC) will house the latest equipment for SMEs to develop hydrogen fuel cells to create green and emission-free energy, powering everything from our homes to our cars.

TfGM green yellow school bus

All our Yellow School Buses will be green by 2017

An award-winning project to make all of Greater Manchester’s yellow school buses ‘green’ will be completed this year.

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