Five of six schemes put forward for ‘active travel’ funding in Stockport did not meet the government’s criteria, it has emerged.Greater Manchester has been allocated nearly £20m for projects that make it safer and easier to make journeys on foot or by bike.The region was awarded £3.1m in July as ministers moved to capitalise on the increase in walking and cycling during the first lockdown.But the bulk - £15.9m - is for longer term ‘tranche two projects’, with the full details of successful schemes expected to be announced this week.However a Freedom of Information request has revealed that only one of the half-dozen projects put forward by Stockport council was judged to have met the relevant criteria by Transport for Greater Manchester.It
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