The TfGM Professional Services Framework runs until March 2025 and will be used by TfGM and the ten local authorities in Greater Manchester to deliver transport and infrastructure projects across the region.
The projects delivered through the framework will support Greater Manchester's Right Mix vision for 50 percent of all journeys to be made by walking, cycling and public transport by 2040 and its ambition to be net carbon zero by 2038.
TfGM have proposed a strategy that protects our environment and contributes to a more sustainable future. Meeting the carbon zero target will make Manchester one of the world's leading cities for action on climate change, and as a practice we support all efforts to meet this target.
Our practice has extensive experience and expertise within the Transport and Infrastructure sector and of working with TfGM, including projects such as the Shudehill Transport Interchange, as well as Deansgate-Castlefield and Exchange Square Metrolink Stops in Manchester.
Partner, David Green, commented:
"We are delighted to be one of the practices appointed to Transport for Greater Manchester's Professional Services Framework and look forward to helping to deliver its concept for an integrated public transport network. Our previous work with TfGM has delivered a series of infrastructure projects which aim to enhance the passenger experience, while also creating unique and distinctive places. We look forward to developing these ideas further in the future in partnership with TfGM, the ten authorities and in collaboration with partner organisations appointed to the framework."
Meeting the transport needs of residents, visitors and businesses is at the heart of TfGM's new strategy. We look forward to working alongside the professional services partners appointed to the framework and supporting TfGM to achieve their vision and the Greater Manchester Transport Strategy 2040.