Opinion: Manchester can have more tram for far less buck
13 August 2004
by Sir Peter Hall, professor of planning at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manchester has gone ballistic about transport secretary Alistair Darling. He has delivered the ultimate body blow, cancelling the entire planned 35-mile extension of Metrolink, the city's highly-acclaimed light rail system . The outrage of city leaders and electors is almost off the chart.