Bury Council approves Clean Air Plan for Greater Manchester
Bury Council’s cabinet has approved Greater Manchester’s final Clean Air Plan to tackle the problem of air pollution on local roads, which contributes towards at least 1,200 deaths per year in the city-region.
More than 90 streets to be improved over the next month
Scores of streets across Bury are to benefit in the latest phase of the council’s highways investment programme.
Local people invited to have their say on access improvements in Fishpool and Pimhole
Bury Council and Transport for Greater Manchester have launched a four-week public consultation to seek local views on how walking and cycling facilities and public space could be improved to enhance access to and through Fishpool and Pimhole.
Bury to lead biggest bus shake-up in generations
Bury will be at the forefront of the biggest change to the region’s bus network since 1986.
Greater Manchester reaches next step in bus reform journey as it prepares to consult on impact of Covid-19
Greater Manchester is preparing to hold a further consultation on its proposals to reform the bus market following work to understand the potential impact of Covid-19.
Have your (online) say and improve walking and cycling opportunities
Residents are invited to join Bury Council at its first online Community Walking and Cycling Forum on Wednesday 14 October.
Residents asked for views on Bee Network cycle and walking safety schemes
People who live or work in Bury are being asked for their views on a series of proposed improvements that are part of Greater Manchester’s Bee Network.
Helping taxi drivers recover from lockdown
Urgent measures to help taxi and private hire drivers recover from the economic effects of coronavirus are set to be approved tomorrow (Tuesday)
One week left to share your ideas to make Bury’s streets safer for walking and cycling
Residents are being urged to have their say by Friday 12 June on making Bury, Prestwich, Radcliffe, Ramsbottom, Tottington and Whitefield better places to move more through walking and cycling.
Car parking charges suspended due to Covid-19
All charges for council car parking in Bury town centre have been suspended with immediate effect as a consequence of dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak.
New £6.8m cycling and walking scheme for Bury – but Government cash is needed
Bury announces three new walking and cycling schemes as leaders urge critical Government backing to deliver the UK’s largest cycling and walking network.
Stay safe, travel safely in Bury this Christmas
Christmas revellers are being urged to use legitimate taxis and private hire vehicles to get home safely over the festive period.
Taxi drivers helping to keep Bury safe
Taxi and private hire drivers have been taking part in new training sessions to raise awareness of safeguarding issues in Bury.
Beelines: the UK’s biggest cycling and walking network
Bury Council has today unveiled an innovative new plan to create 64 miles of new cycling and walking routes, as part of a proposal for Greater Manchester to create the UK’s biggest network for people travelling by bike or on foot.
Our friends electric – Clean Air Day is just the start
People have been urged to use alternative 'green' ways to travel following Clean Air Day.
Go electric in Bury on Clean Air Day
An array of electric travel alternatives will be on display in Bury town centre on Clean Air Day (Thursday 21 June).
Get life-saving advice at our child car seat clinics
Road safety officers are holding four free clinics next month for parents to ensure that their children are using the correct car seats.
Radcliffe goes cycle-friendly
Cyclists and pedestrians can look forward to a host of improvements in Radcliffe thanks to a new £150,000 scheme.
Vintage Fair raises money for Mayor’s charity
A Vintage Fair at Bury Transport Museum has raised £1,812 for Bury Hospice, one of the Mayor of Bury’s chosen charities.