Lime announces a 45% increase in its e-scooter fleet in Greater Manchester, while prioritising safety innovations and partnerships with local authorities to enhance sustainable transportation options.
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Following a new plan to tackle fare evasion on Metrolink, which was introduced in October 2023, fare evasion has fallen to 10.6% in January 2024.
Greater Manchester's Bee Network implements timetable tweaks and fleet expansion to enhance bus services, aiming to boost punctuality and reliability across the region.
Over the course of the three-year contract extension, KeolisAmey Metrolink will support Transport for Greater Manchester in achieving its ambition to increase ridership on its tram network.
Intelligent Transport Issue 4 2023’s 5G & Connectivity In-Depth Focus features articles from Transport for Greater Manchester and McLaren Applied discussing how 5G and digital connectivity solutions are revolutionising the way that we manage transportation and enhance the overall mobility experience, and how innovations in motorsport are helping to reshape public transport connectivity.
In the final print issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the evolving landscape of Mobility‑as‑a‑Service and its transformative impact on urban transportation; how 5G and digital connectivity solutions are revolutionising the way that we manage transportation and enhance the overall…
One month on, the launch of the Bee Network has boosted the number of people travelling by bus and driven an improvement in bus services across Greater Manchester.
The launch of Bee Network buses promises a more connected and efficient transport system for Greater Manchester residents and visitors, marking a significant step forward in the region's public transportation infrastructure.
As part of its commitment to become a carbon-neutral city by 2038, Manchester is making significant strides toward establishing itself as Europe's first cycling capital.
In order to foster a safer and more respectful travel environment for all passengers, Greater Manchester's TravelSafe Partnership launches a campaign to caution young people about the consequences of engaging in antisocial behaviour on public transport.
Greater Manchester sets out an ambitious Bus Strategy to increase patronage, focusing on affordability, improved infrastructure, as well as inclusivity for a greener, fairer and more prosperous transit future.
Greater Manchester launches cheaper and integrated Bee Network tickets, aiming to create a seamless and low fare public transport system across the city region.
Greater Manchester's local transport network receives an £18 million funding settlement to enhance stability and reliability, supporting recovery from the pandemic's impact while considering value for taxpayers.
Dame Sarah Storey announces the city region's commitment to Vision Zero, aiming to eliminate all road fatalities and serious injuries, with the potential to prevent 3,800 deaths and injuries on Greater Manchester's roads by 2040.