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The bus operators are set to call off strikes after improved pay offer
The Court of Appeal ruling means bus franchising in Greater Manchester can go ahead
Mayor of GM brings forward plans for a flat £2 single fare in response to...
Bus franchising, £2 fare caps, new commissioners - it's all change for Greater Manchester's public transport
The court has found in favour of the Greater Manchester's bus franchising plans
Second phase of plan to be reassessed for van drivers - and a sheep on...
Boris, buses and a billion for Burnham
Face coverings will be mandatory on trams but not buses
Should the city's public transport be free?
But will franchising sort out local transport?
Jonathan Schofield hopes this little victory for residents might lead to a bigger idea
Heavy traffic has shifted onto St Mary's Parsonage. Is this the new Deansgate?
Andrea Sandor argues the case for bringing buses back under public control
As Andy Burnham launches consultation, we ask if buses should be under his control
Good. Because so have we.