The GMMG stands for the Greater Manchester Momentum Group which was an organisation firmly involved in influencing changes to the city's internal transport system. For more information on the GMMG read on.
The GMMG was never against the development of strategies that help to manage congestion in Greater Manchester, merely the charging of congestion tariffs.
Formed in 2007, The Greater Manchester Momentum Group was a loosely knit group of local businesses and organisations based in Manchester that share a common interest in the development of Greater Manchester as a city.
The Greater Manchester Momentum Group's main concern was the development of the cities transport infrastructure and the impact that proposed congestion charging plans would have.
The Group, often know as the GMMG was open to all parties and relied solely on outside contributions. read more on The Greater Manchester Momentum Group
GMMG in the media
Rochdale News Business News The Greater Manchester Momentum Group
"The Greater Manchester Momentum Group is an alliance of international, national and local businesses and organisations ..."
National Road Pricing? Q&A National road charging scheme Environment guardian.co.uk
A ground-breaking deal with the government will give Greater Manchester the chance to 'earn back' up to £30m a year in tax.
The GMMG has unfortunately ceased as an organisation.
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