Coalition reveals major transport projects to escape cuts

Major transport schemes including a £121 million project to extend Manchester's Metrolink tram system and a £19 million road-widening scheme in Liverpool will go ahead after escaping the latest round of Treasury cuts, the Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed.

by Jamie Carpenter
A £121 million project to extend Manchester’s Metrolink tram system will go ahead after escaping the latest round of Treasury cuts.
A £121 million project to extend Manchester’s Metrolink tram system will go ahead after escaping the latest round of Treasury cuts.

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