Tag: TfGM

Image source: Wikimedia 2014.NHS Confederation, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

“That’s going to cost me £5.50. Just ridiculous!” – Burnham’s £2 buses means cheaper fairs for Salfordians

Image source: Wikimedia 2014.NHS Confederation, CC BY 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0>, via Wikimedia Commons Salford residents have expressed their frustration with the […]

Bee Network Bus
Credit: Francis Barker

£1 Billion funding approved for TfGM’s Bee Network to improve Salford’s public transport

The new ‘Bee Network’, TfGM’s city-wide integrated public transport system, aims to create a more seamless transition for Salford commuters […]

Image credit: TfGM. Sent in press release. Safe to use

Metrolink industrial action to strike Manchester Marathon

Metrolink strikes are expected to severely hamper mobility around Salford and the Greater Manchester area this Sunday.  The slated walkout […]

Image credit: TfGM. Sent in press release. Safe to use

Eccles Metrolink line set to reopen 16th August after completion of safety-critical engineering works

The Eccles line was closed on Monday 19th July to enable access to two sections of the track to replace them.  The replacements were supposed to be completed over a two-week period was extended for a month, but it became evident that an additional concrete renewal alongside the track replacement was required after the tram track […]

Bec Bennett, Head of Environmental Sustainability cycling. Photo permission from Marta Strzelecka.

Salford environmental activists to host Ride It Out cycling challenge

Environmental activists at the University of Salford will be hosting a month-long cycling challenge later this March. The university’s Environmental […]

The steps going up to the platform

Walkden Station is now recognised as a “Top Priority” to TfGM

Walkden Station have missed out on another funding opportunity despite being Salford’s busiest station. Recent revelations on the proposed Park […]

Manchester Tram

New app to help public and private transport passengers in Salford

Transport for Greater Manchester has introduced an app that allows passengers in Salford to manage their journeys on their smartphones.

Service 33 from Salford changes route

Service 33 from Salford changes route

Service 33’s route is going to change in order to decrease the traffic jams during peak times. The bus drivers are going to avoid the Mancunian Way area.