THE KEY COMES HOME - BUT CAN WE UNLOCK THE MYSTERY?
This October saw a spectacular 15-carat gold key make its way back home to Manchester after being lost for over 100 years. The gold key was used back in 1901, a milestone year for public transport in Manchester, by Lord Mayor Thomas Briggs to open the first electric tram depot at Queen’s Road.More
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR TIMETABLES
Timetables for 24th December 2019 to 1st January 2020More
END OF TICKETING AGREEMENT
Go North West are today announcing that the ticketing agreement with Diamond and First buses will be ending as of January 1st 2020.More
BUSES 52, 53, 67 & 100 - Salford Shopping Centre - 11th November 2019 until further notice
As part of an ongoing scheme that is planned to last approximately 12 months, Hankinson Way will be subject to a number of pavement and carriageway upgrades.More
BUSES 92, 93 & 95 - Salford City FC 2019/2020 Season - Diversions
There will be a standard diversion for journeys passing through Kersal when Salford FC are playing home fixtures. This is due to parked cars near the stadium, and congestion on Kersal Road and Moor Lane on match days.Please follow the link for further information and dates.More
Go North West announces fleet investment plans
At an event hosted by GNW MD, David Cutts, and Go-Ahead Group CEO, David Brown, Go North West today announced plans to spend £3m on its fleet by the end of 2019.Find out more
We've refurbished our clock!
Today, Go North West have completed the refurbishment of the clock on the Grade 2 Listed Queens Road Depot. Time is ticking, and we can't wait to begin operating services.