Closed consultation

Proposal to discontinue passenger services at Mosley Street Metrolink station

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Summary

Consultation on proposal to discontinue passenger services at Mosley St station on the Metrolink light rail system in central Manchester.

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Consultation description

Transport for Greater Manchester (previously Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive or GMPTE) proposed discontinuing passenger services at Mosley St station on the Metrolink light rail system in central Manchester. Under the provisions of the Railways Act 2005, GMPTE conducted an assessment of the effects of the proposed closure and DfT conducted a public consultation earlier this year.

The consultation was completed in February 2011 and a request was submitted to Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) to ratify the closure of the station. ORR have now completed their ratification procedure and are content for the station closure to go ahead. The ratification notice and other papers are available for viewing.

Decisions

Office of Rail Regulation (ORR)

Consultation responses

Responses summary (PDF, 25KB), 24 May 2011

Consultation documents

Impact assessments

Mosley Street Metrolink Station closure assessment (PDF, 463 KB), 24 May 2011

Published 10 November 2010