Details of the proposed first wave of roads and pavements to benefit from Manchester’s £100m Highways Investment Programme have been announced.
Manchester City Council is to invest an extra £1.1m to boost the cleaning of roadside gullies over the next two years.
Work will take place to improve hundreds of Manchester’s roads within the next year, as Manchester City Council begins to implement its new five-year £100m highways investment programme.
Large sections of Stockport Road (A6) in Levenshulme will be resurfaced throughout August to remove potholes and create a smooth driving surface for drivers.
Move over Banksy – It’s a retro revival as pensioners paint the town red (or gold, or fluorescent green....)
The elusive Banksy may have become a household name with his satirical street art – but there’s now a new generation of ‘grey graffiti’ artists, as a group of older residents have taken to their spray cans in Manchester.
The westbound carriageway of the Mancunian Way has reopened after it was temporarily closed due to safety concerns.