Transport for Greater Manchester is to spend £38.3m on about 2,350 road signs to alert people to the conurbation’s proposed clean air zone (CAZ).
A TfGM spokesman told LTT: “The agreement is for a five-year period and covers the full life cycle of the signage, including the implementation, operation and decommissioning (at TfGM's option) of approximately 2,350 signs across Greater Manchester to inform the public of the presence and boundaries of the clean air zone scheme.
Transport for Greater Manchester is likely to be the CAZ operating body, and it will retain ownership of the signs throughout the life cycle.
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