Thirty-three roads in Altrincham are set to be improved over the next three months as part of a £4m improvement programme announced by Trafford Council.
Metrolink has added two additional double trams to the Altrincham line at peak times.
The price of an Altrincham to Manchester city centre Metrolink season ticket is to go up by £6 a month…
Work has begun to improve Navigation Road station in Timperley.
A guide revealing Altrincham’s most unusual bike rides suggested by the cyclists who discovered them is being compiled as part of a project to mark bike hire scheme Bike & Go’s fourth birthday.
Dozens of motorists have been fined after falling foul of a new parking system at Goose Green Car Park – but the company behind it has denied claims it has failed to properly communicate the changes.
Thousands of passengers can now, for the first time, use a single smart card for all their journeys on any Greater Manchester tram and bus.
Local bus operators have announced that serving members of the armed forces, veterans and cadets will be able to travel free on bus services across Greater Manchester this Saturday.
Stamford New Road rectification works put on hold – as Trafford admits it is unhappy with “cornflake” effect
The long-running Stamford New Road roadworks saga has taken another twist.
Greater Manchester Police have sought to clarify the transport situation in the wake of last night’s terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena.
Commuters are waking up to some good news this morning with confirmation that the Met is running as normal after a day of chaos yesterday.
Britain’s first biogas-powered double decker bus is to be seen for the first time on the streets of Altrincham.
Sixty seven days after it was closed to traffic in both directions – and more than 300 days since the work actually began – Stamford New Road was finally reopened today.
Steam engines could be arriving and departing from Timperley station again if an ambitious £30m plan comes to fruition.
Former Chancellor – and new London Evening Standard editor – George Osborne opened the new £192 million A556 Knutsford to Bowdon dual carriageway today.
Highways England has blamed a “traffic sensor fault” for the long queues that hit the A556 this morning, just 24 hours after the new road opened.
Cheshire’s brand new A556 dual carriageway is set to open for the first time on Monday as work on the £192million Knutsford to Bowdon dual carriageway is completed.
The final phase of work on the £192m A556 bypass project has begun – with a completion date set for the end of next month.
An event is being held in Altrincham this week to give people the chance to find out more about the controversial High Speed Two (HS2) rail link scheme.
Junction 8 of the M56 – the junction closest to the Bowdon roundabout – will finally reopen this weekend after a closure that has lasted for several months.