City Centre Transport and GM Clean Air Plan Briefing

22nd October 2020, 4:13 pm

CityCo and Manchester BID are in daily liaison with public authorities including Manchester City Council, Transport for Greater Manchester and Marketing Manchester, city partners and our wide network of Manchester city centre businesses.

We are pleased to invite colleagues to a briefing on the latest City Centre Transport Strategy. The proposals developed by Manchester City Council and TfGM, in consultation with Salford City Council, reflect the strongest calls from businesses, residents and workers for more space for pedestrians and bikes, and cleaner, greener, more sustainable travel.

TfGM will share plans for encouraging more and safer cycling, making walking easier and more pleasant, connecting public transport and launching smarter parking.

The briefing will also update on the next phase of the GM Clean Air Plan. Views are being sought on the Clean Air Zone boundary, daily charges for non-compliant vehicles, discounts and exemptions, and support funding.

Join the meeting to have a say in shaping improvements to roads, rail, tram, bus, bike, pedestrian and public spaces.

City Centre Transport and GM Clean Air Plan Briefing
9.30am, Wednesday 28 October
Zoom Q&A with Jonathan Marsh, Strategic Planning Manager (City Centre Transport Strategy) & Megan Black, Head of Logistics and Environment (GM Clean Air Plan)

The meeting will be chaired by CityCo and Manchester BID Chief Exec Vaughan Allen.

Click here to find out more and book

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