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Old June 7th, 2011, 02:41 AM   #201
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WOW I really am impressed on the progress! Most of the time large scale projects like this get planned in the 1930s, the plans expanded and over scaled in the 1960s, totally cancelled in the 1970s, resurrected in a smaller scale in the 1980s, cancelled in the 1990s, resurrected in a smaller yet scale in the 2000s, more thought goes into it in the 2010s, people protest against it in 2020s, construction starts in the 2030s and its finished in the 2070s...allowing me to use it for 3 years before I die!
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I was just thinking the other day what's been going on of late on these new extensions. Amazing that the signalling has held things up for so long...

Thanks for the update!
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The project is looking really good. It's about time that regional UK cities had some money invested in their public transportation networks and Manchester appears to be leading the charge.
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Old June 12th, 2011, 10:22 PM   #204
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South Manchester

So, as expected, the testing of the South Manchester line began in earnest on the 8th of June. The dedicated formers of Manchester where on the scene to capture this historic event.


The begining of the line, the altrincham line is in the background and the brand new trafford depot is on the other side of the green fence. For the time being, trams are staring the journey to chorlton here for reasons we will explore later.


A tram departs Chorlton station on its way back to the depot. The engineers on the platform are installing the ticket machines.


At St Werburgs, the temporary end of the line, a double vehicle crosses over to the inbound line.

This weekend, the Altrincham and Eccles lines where closed to enable the final preparations to be completed so that the Chorlton line can open, as well as carrying out repairs to the track and overhead lines in some areas.



Here we see some engineers working on the pointwork which will join the Altinchham line to the chorlton line. The points where first installed over 3 years ago but have lay unfinished until this weekend.


Here we see one of the new signals planted next to an old signal. Soon they will be in an upright position controlling the junction.


In the Old Trafford depot, the new trams have came to life. Its been 2 years since the first tram was stored here, a new one has arrived every 2 weeks


Inside the workshop of the trafford depot, soon to be a hive of activity




Back in chorlton, the trams just keep on comming!


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The massive progress in the south has not stopped work going on elsewhere in the city.

On the Oldham and Rochdale line, to the North of the city,


New Hey station takes shape


Down in Shaw, the tracks will be laid soon.


At Central Park, the distinctive fin-backed bridge is finaly seeing tracks, a whole six years after it was built!


Under the impressive roof of Central Park station we see a place which has been deserted since the builders packed their tools away back in 2005. Within a matter of months this will be a hive of activity


As we approach the city, the line appears to be complete, as we see here in Monsal.



However, all is not well, here we see some engineers making some 'adjustments' to some recently laid track

Look East

The East Manchester line has also been making massive progress.


The clayton hall stop is developing nicely


The line emerges from piccadilly railway station which is the large building in the background.


Looking East, we see the light at the end of the tunnel


Even the workers are celebrating!

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Good to see so much improvement.

Manchester is a big place and it deserves high quality infrastructure.
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Metrolink second city crossing 'vital' for Manchester

Business leaders in Manchester have said plans for a new cross-city tram link are "vital", despite concerns that small businesses could be hit hard. Transport bosses want to build an alternative Metrolink route called the Second City Crossing (2CC) by 2016.

As consultation gets under way, companies have been warned they could face years of "major disruption". Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce is urging small businesses to find out how the proposals will affect them. Richard Critchley, the chamber's policy manager for transport, agreed congestion was a major problem for struggling businesses.

But he said the construction of a second city crossing was "vital for the future expansion of Metrolink"."There will be a huge disruption during the construction phase - that's inevitable with any major project like this," he said. There will be a number of permanent road closures and they will impact on businesses in the long term so people need to look at these plans now."

If approved, construction of the 2CC scheme would begin in 2013 with the extension up and running by late 2016.

The proposed tram link would take passengers on a new line from St Peter's Square to Victoria Station via Princess Street and Cross Street. The existing tram stop in St Peter's Square would be moved and a new stop would be created at Exchange Square.

Cut in two

But a section of Princess Street would be closed to all traffic except buses and taxis, effectively cutting the city in two and blocking off an east-west through route via Bridge Street and John Dalton Street. Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) acknowledged the difficulties facing small businesses but said its strategy was to support a "strong and prosperous economy".

However, it said that with passenger numbers set to to treble by 2021, an alternative city centre route was "essential" to cope with increased demand created by expansion of the Metrolink network.

A new line to MediaCityUK has recently opened and Metrolink extensions to Chorlton, Droylsden, Oldham and Rochdale will open during 2011 and 2012. In addition, Metrolink extensions are under way from Chorlton to East Didsbury, from Droylsden to Ashton-under-Lyne town centre, through Oldham and Rochdale town centres and to Manchester Airport.

TfGM is also working with Manchester City Council to accommodate the new tram link with plans to pedestrianise St Peter's Square and relocate the Cenotaph to a position close to the Town Hall. Public consultation on the crossing and Cenotaph plans will continue until 9 September, details of which can be found on the TfGM website.
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Manchester Metrolink to deliver £80m of work

Up to £80 million of work could become available as Transport for Greater Manchester establishes a framework to deliver improvements to its Metrolink system.

The four-year framework is designed to support TfGM’s and the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities’ Local Transport Plan.

TfGM says it is investing millions to extend the existing light rail system, which carries nearly 20m passengers every year, by building transport interchanges and developing public transport facilities.

The programmes require a range of specialist engineering, project management, research, analysis and survey services. The maximum number of participants to the framework is 50 and it is valued between £35m and £80m. TfGM says the nature of the projects requires them to be able to call-off specific specialist skills at short notice.
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Old June 14th, 2011, 04:05 AM   #208
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The massive progress in the south has not stopped work going on elsewhere in the city.

On the Oldham and Rochdale line, to the North of the city,


New Hey station takes shape


Down in Shaw, the tracks will be laid soon.
Wow, the first picture looks very rural.
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Aye, the Northern Line stretches out of the urban area for a bit, swerving a bit too far eastwards out of the actual urban block, but then it swoops back in again to terminate at Rochdale. Observe:



(the Northern red line). Swerves out after Oldham, and then paces back in again.
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Old June 16th, 2011, 04:16 AM   #210
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Metrolink second city crossing 'vital' for Manchester

...The proposed tram link would take passengers on a new line from St Peter's Square to Victoria Station via Princess Street and Cross Street. The existing tram stop in St Peter's Square would be moved and a new stop would be created at Exchange Square...
I must be missing something... won't a line to Victoria Station from Trafford Bar or at least Cornbrook be needed in order to relieve the most overburdened segments of the network? I don't see that St Peter's Square to Victoria Station will do the trick. From post 69 of this thread:
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I must be missing something... won't a line to Victoria Station from Trafford Bar or at least Cornbrook be needed in order to relieve the most overburdened segments of the network? I don't see that St Peter's Square to Victoria Station will do the trick. From post 69 of this thread:
The Trafford Bar to Deansgate can cope with up to 84 trams per hour (tph) so they don't believe anything else is needed. With the new signalling system you can have one tram in the platform and the one behind will be able to pull up behind it and open it's doors. They will be more like high speed buses for want of better description.
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Yeah, silly me, I missed a post explaining that a few down from the one where I got the map. grade separation there will help a lot. Sorry.
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Metrolink improvements on Bury line stops

Manchester Metrolink passengers are set to benefit from a package of works that will see improvements to security, safety and facilities at stops along the Bury line. The work will start on 13 June and run until December. Metrolink services will not be affected.

Besses o’th’ Barn, Bowker Vale, Bury, Crumpsall, Heaton Park, Prestwich, Radcliffe and Whitefield are all set for stop enhancements.Better lighting, new seats, shelters and cycle facilities will form part of the improvements that will be delivered over the coming months.

Councillor Keith Whitmore, Chair of the Transport for Greater Manchester Committee, said: “More than 20 million passengers use Metrolink every year, and we are committed to improving the safety, security and attractiveness of the entire network for the benefit of all users. The work on the Bury line forms the next step in making improvements across the network, which will provide a high standard of facilities along the line.”

Existing buildings and canopies at Besses o’th’ Barn and Bowker Vale will be removed, with new waiting shelters and stop furniture installed to improve visibility between the platforms and entrances.

Passengers at the Heaton Park stop will also see security improved with the removal of the roof over the footbridge, improving lighting and visibility, as well as reducing nuisance caused by pigeons. At the Bury stop, the platform waiting room will be removed to prevent anti-social behaviour, and new seating will be installed.
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Consultation on second Manchester tram line launched

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has launched a public consultation on proposals for a new tram line, which will provide passengers with a second city centre Metrolink crossing, a vital element of the current Metrolink expansion.

TfGM has worked closely with Manchester City Council to ensure the route fits the Council’s regeneration aspirations for St Peter’s Square.

Manchester City Council, as planning authority, is also inviting views on related proposals to sensitively relocate the Cenotaph within St Peter’s Square to provide a location better suited to quiet contemplation and with fewer space constraints for memorial events.

The proposed line will run from the Deansgate-Castlefield stop, through St Peter’s Square, along Princess Street, Cross Street and Corporation Street to re-join the existing Metrolink line just outside Victoria Station.

TfGM’s Metrolink Director, Philip Purdy, said: “A second city crossing will play a vital role in helping to build a strong and prosperous economy for Manchester, providing the necessary capacity, flexibility and reliability for the future tram network to operate. The current Metrolink extensions and service enhancements programme mean that, by 2021, the number of people accessing Manchester city centre by tram is set to treble.

“Given how important this development is for the city, I hope as many people as possible take the time to look at the proposals for the second city crossing and let us know what they think.” Under the proposals there will be a new, larger tram stop at St Peter’s Square, which is expected to be the busiest stop on the network, as well as a new stop at Exchange Square and enhancements to Metrolink facilities at Victoria Station.

Councillor Nigel Murphy, Executive Member for Environment, Manchester City Council, said: “Efficient and effective public transport which connects our communities to employment opportunities is critical to the city’s economic growth. The second city crossing is at the heart of the £1.4 billion expansion of the Metrolink network and is fundamental to its success.”

Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, said: “Proposals to sensitively relocate the Cenotaph within St Peter’s Square have only been brought forward after careful consideration with veterans’ groups, church authorities and other relevant parties. There was strong consensus that the current site is not ideal and that we have a real opportunity to improve on its setting as part of wider improvements to St Peter’s Square.But we recognise that this is an important issue for many people in the city which is why we are embarking on further consultation before any decision is taken.”

Transport for Greater Manchester will host a number of exhibitions to provide people with an opportunity to find out more about the second city crossing proposals. The events will be held as follows:

- Manchester Town Hall at 9am to 5pm on 27 June, 7 July, 14 July, 19 July

- Bridgewater Hall at 8am to 5:30pm on 11 July, 2 August

- Exchange Court, Manchester Arndale at 9am to 8pm on 29 June, 2 July, 11am to 6pm on 10 July

- Triangle at 9am to 6pm on 16 July, 23 July

- Victoria Station at 7am to 7pm on 30 June, 5 July

- Transport for Greater Manchester would like to hear your views on the

- Metrolink second city crossing by 9 September 2011, when the public consultation will close.

If you would like to take part in the consultation you should complete and return the response form in the consultation brochure, which is available from Travelshops in Piccadilly Gardens and Shudehill Interchange, at the public exhibitions and online at www.tfgm.com/haveyoursay.
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The long-awaited Metrolink extension to Oldham has been delayed by up to three months, but trams should be running on the Chorlton line next week.

Transport chiefs confirmed that 'technical issues' have stalled work on the service from Manchester to Oldham.

The line from Manchester Victoria to Central Park, which was set to open this month, will now start in December.

The extension to the the remaining stops at Oldham Mumps is now scheduled to open in March 2012, Transport for Greater Manchester confirmed.

Metrolink bosses said delays were caused by problems with the new tram management system, which controls how new and old tram lines work together.

Philip Purdy, Metrolink director, said: "We want to get all of our new lines open and in service as soon as possible. I know that people will want to be using their Metrolink. But we can't rush what we are doing and I would urge our potential customers along the Oldham line to please be patient.

"We have learned from our experience of integrating the new tram management system at MediaCityUK and Chorlton."

He added that "people and safety" were the most important aspects of the new line.

The mulit-million pound South Manchester tram extension will finally open next week.

Transport chiefs are putting the finishing touches to the Chorlton service and are set to open three new stops after weekend test runs.

The line branches off from the Altrincham service and will call at Firswood, Chorlton-cum-Hardy and St Werburgh's.

It will give commuters a 15-minute link from Chorlton to St Peter's Square in the city centre, say Transport for Greater Manchester – the body that runs transport across the region.

Chorlton traders were cautious about how the new line will boost footfall, but said the bars and restaurants could benefit most.

Commuters in the village will have links to Eccles, Altrincham, Bury and Salford's MediaCity once the service opens.

The Chorlton line is the first part of the multi-million pound 'big bang' Metrolink expansion across Greater Manchester. Cash for the project was initially offered by the Labour government but was withdrawn in 2004.

The money for a smaller 'little bang' was reinstated after a major campaign.

Parts of the project - the extensions to Didsbury and Ashton - appeared under threat when the current government announced transport cuts last year. But Chancellor George Osborne confirmed those two extensions would go ahead, costing £170m.

The impact on the Chorlton economy is yet to be seen but could boost evening retail as well as house prices, experts said.

Matilda Botman, spokesman for Chorlton Traders Association, told the South Manchester Reporter: "I'm all for the new tram line.

“We will have to wait and see what affect it has on retail in Chorlton. I have a feeling it will increase trade for the bars and restaurants in the area, because people can have a drink and meal and get the tram home. In six months or so, we will see what affect it has on the shops and retail."

Philip Purdy, Metrolink director, said: "This is a major milestone in Metrolink's expansion and improvement programme, the largest single public transport investment project outside London."

Services on the South Manchester line will run every 12 minutes between:
* 6am-11.45pm, Mon-Thu
* 6am-00.45am, Fri-Sat
* 9am-5.30pm Sun

This will increase to every six minutes, later in the year.

Fares from St Werburgh's into Manchester Victoria will be up to £3.50 for an adult peak return.

Contractors are working on the next phase of the South Manchester line, from St Werburgh's to East Didsbury via Withington, Burton Road, West Didsbury and Didsbury village.
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The much longed-for extension of the tram network in Manchester could open in the next week or so if final tests go as planned. Transport for Greater Manchester confirmed that the Chorlton line south of the city centre could be ready for passengers in the next two weeks.

The newly extended tram network will stop at St Werburgh's Road, Chorlton, and Firswood, making the popular suburb of Chorlton (or Nappy Valley as it is also known) accessible to the city centre within a quarter of an hour. Funding for the project was initially offered by the Labour government but was withdrawn seven years ago.

The money for a smaller project was reinstated after a massive campaign led by the Manchester Evening News to extend the tram network. Some parts of the project - the extensions to Didsbury and Ashton - appeared doomed when the current government announced it was cutting public spending last year. But Chancellor George Osborne confirmed those two extensions would go ahead, costing £170m.

The network is also due to expand to Oldham, Rochdale, Ashton, Droylsden and Manchester Airport in the coming years. An extension to MediaCity is already open and an extension to Droylsden is due to open next year. The Rochdale and Oldham town centre stations will open in mid 2014. The airport line will be finished by mid 2016.

Transport for Greater Manchester committee chair Councillor Keith Whitmore said that testing problems appeared to have been resolved. He added: "If hopefully all the tests are completed and Metrolink is ready to come to south Manchester this is going to be an extremely good day."

Philip Purdy, Transport for Greater Manchester's Metrolink Director, said: "Our newest line to passengers will be open within the next two weeks, giving people a fast and convenient way to travel that is cheaper to use than the car. This is a major milestone in Metrolink's expansion and improvement programme, the largest single public transport investment project outside London."

Driver training and commissioning works on the new line are now in their final stages and the date for the start of passenger services is expected to be announced imminently.Passenger services between Oldham Mumps and Manchester Victoria are expected to begin from the Central Park stop by December and the remaining stops by March 2012.

All the new lines will be controlled by a new, state-of-the-art tram management system. This allows more trams to run on the network, giving drivers and controllers much more ability to manage individual vehicle schedules and movements. Purdy added: "Metrolink does more than just help people get from A to B, it is a key catalyst for regeneration along the routes it serves. We are building for the future of Greater Manchester and this is another step on that journey."

The £1.4 billion investment in Metrolink, including more new lines and new trams, will deliver a network that is three times the size it is now with a line beyond Oldham to Rochdale, one to Ashton-under-Lyne, and to East Didsbury and Manchester Airport, with a second line across Manchester city centre.

A new depot at Trafford has also been handed over to Metrolink operator Stagecoach. The hi-tech facility for maintenance and cleaning has room for up to 96 trams. Trams can now be stabled on both sides of the city, making the network better able to respond to peaks in demand caused by major events. The Trafford depot will eventually become the new, enhanced control room for the network, replacing the existing, smaller one at Queens Road.
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Well after a slight delay it looks like the Chorlton line will be open no later than Thursday of this week. Testing being going on all weekend and will continue tomorrow before a so-called "Ghost Service" can come into operation on Tuesday, Wednesday and then if all goes successful it should open on Thursday.

The line has appeared all over the network on the maps this past week. The map is on all the trams however not yet on ticket machines. It's a beautiful purple. (my favourite colour!)

Wish us all luck for Thursday!
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Well after a slight delay it looks like the Chorlton line will be open no later than Thursday of this week. Testing being going on all weekend and will continue tomorrow before a so-called "Ghost Service" can come into operation on Tuesday, Wednesday and then if all goes successful it should open on Thursday.

The line has appeared all over the network on the maps this past week. The map is on all the trams however not yet on ticket machines. It's a beautiful purple. (my favourite colour!)

Wish us all luck for Thursday!
I've got my fingers crossed, if it is up and running by the weekend I'm coming unto Manchester on Saturday to try out the new line.
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