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Regular news: Issue 594 13 Apr 2012

Transport the top priority for Gtr Manchester ‘earn back’ fund

Major transport projects in Greater Manchester will be given first priority from the pioneering ‘earn back’ model that could see the Government pay the conurbation up to £30m a year from 2015/16.

Manchester City Council chief executive Sir Howard Bernstein said the first infrastructure projects to benefit from the funding would be some unfunded elements of the Greater Manchester Transport Fund – the £290m 10km South East Manchester Multi-Modal Strategy (SEMMMS) A6...

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