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Manchester takes first steps towards giant strides in transport investment

The first steps towards delivering a £1.5bn investment in Greater Manchester’s transport network were welcomed by councillors from across the city region at a meeting today.

Members of Greater Manchester Integrated Transport Authority (GMITA) heard that work is likely to start on two new Metrolink lines to Ashton-under-Lyne and East Didsbury by the end of the year.

The tram schemes, which should get the final stamp of approval from the Department for Transport in the autumn, will be...

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