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Maximise your reach in Greater Manchester

TfGM has a diverse portfolio of commercial advertising assets and a successful history of delivering value via partnerships, sponsorships and other creative activities on the transport network to reach a Greater Manchester audience.

We’re proud that the transport network is such an integral part of life in Manchester and holds a special place in many people's hearts.


Keeping Greater Manchester moving

The revenue generated through the development and delivery of diverse commercial opportunities helps us to:

  • Deliver the Bee Network, keeping Greater Manchester moving.
  • Enhance our infrastructure.
  • Invest in new technology, like our new zero-emission buses.
  • Keep fares affordable, encouraging more people to adopt greener transport habits.

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Partner with TfGM

TfGM is passionate about promoting Greater Manchester and has an excellent track record of working with partners including the BBC, Manchester City Football Club and Manchester Pride.


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Advertise with TfGM

TfGM offers a wide range of media channels to help brands connect with a large and powerful audience across Greater Manchester.


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Film or photography at exclusive locations

TfGM offers an extensive portfolio of locations which can be used for TV, film or photography purposes.


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Property

TfGM has a large property portfolio with a range of commercial opportunities, with property available to rent or develop.


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Commercialisation of Assets

TfGM is seeking new opportunities to commercialise assets.


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Transport surveys and research

Whether it is requesting a paid-for bespoke survey or accessing the vital information that TfGM collect in partnership with Greater Manchester Police, visit the transport surveys and research pages for support with data and research needs.