Rusholme consultation responses

On Friday 27th February 2015, Manchester City Council announced their public consultation for the Rusholme section of the Wilmslow Road Cycleway, commonly known as “The Curry Mile”.   GMCC made an initial response, encouraged people to support the scheme, and provided a simple template-based response system – thanks to all of you who used it to […]

| | Read More »

#space4cycling plans for Rusholme’s Curry Mile

Please take a moment to support the plans, we’ve created a simple template-based response system here. Manchester City Council have presented their plans for new cycling provision on the “Curry Mile” section of Wilmslow Road in Rusholme. They include by-passed bus-stops, cycle lanes relocated to the other side of on-street parking bays, a cycle-bypass for one set of […]

| | Read More »

VÉLOCITY 2025 gives green light for cycling

This month’s funding success offers Greater Manchester the green light for cycling… The journey to Vélocity 2025 began earlier this year when the DfT announced the Cycle City Ambition Grant (CCAG) scheme on the 30th of January, with three cities set to share £30m. In mid-February guidance was issued highlighting the level of ambition required […]

| | Read More »

Cycling summary of TfGM’s latest consultations

A summary of the details and documents available for the TfGM Bus Priority consultations.

| | Read More »

Forward thinking in Wigan for active travel

Wigan Council plans to enable active travel and to lower speed limits in the town of Leigh.

| | Read More »

Lancashire takes an innovative approach to speed limit enforcement

Child's 20mph sign

To tackle the problem of speeding, Lancashire County Council has taken the unusual step of involving school children in the re-education of law-breaking motorists.

| | Read More »

Trafford shows where there’s a will there’s a Way

Trafford, in Greater Manchester

When it comes to creating routes for leisure cycling, ‘where there’s a will, there’s a way’ – as shown by the project to resurface the Bridgewater Canal towpath between Altrincham and Trafford Park.

| | Read More »

Manchester, first city to get a Brompton Dock hire facilty

Norman Baker cycling in Manchester

GMCC campaigner Vincent Walsh reports on the city’s most compact hire scheme

| | Read More »

Cycling cultures/cycling politics: 1950s-2011

Dave Barker writes about riding through the time of car. His thoughts and insights take us from cycling clubs in the 1950s through to 2010/11.

| | Read More »

Free bike checks at GM fire stations, March 2012

Cycling to work

As part of a Cycle Commuter Programme, TfGM are offering free bike health checks in March across Greater Manchester.

| | Read More »