Three major developments transforming the Oxford Road corridor mark major milestones from next week, at the same time as a five-week road closure ends.
A proposal to reduce the speed limit on Princess Road from 40 to 30mph was approved by Manchester City Council’s Executive on Wednesday 8 February.
Manchester City Council has announced proposals to dramatically increase investment in maintaining the city's roads over the next five years.
The Secretary of State for Transport, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, has announced two High Speed Rail stations for the region.
The Oxford Road bus gate will be fully operational between Hathersage Road and Booth Street from Monday, 12 September.
A public consultation on the proposal to change the speed limit on Princess Road has been launched.
HGVs can now use the Mancunian Way again following works to improve traffic flow.
Manchester City Council will receive a share of the £38.6m MAG interim dividend for the half-year to September 2015 of around £13.8m, which was announced this morning, Thursday 3 December.
A main route through north Manchester is being improved as part of an eight million pound scheme.
The westbound carriageway of the Mancunian Way has reopened after it was temporarily closed due to safety concerns.
Manchester is continuing to bloom as roadsides and parks have exploded with colour after thousands of wildflowers paid for due to an airport windfall have blossomed.
More than eight million pounds of extra money is going to be spent on improving Manchester’s busiest roads over the next three years.
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