Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, is encouraging residents to take part in a short survey to inform the Strategic Outline Business Case for the reopening of a passenger line from Stockport through Reddish South and Denton to Ashton Moss and then on to Manchester Victoria, as well as link Rose Hill (Marple) to Stockport via Reddish South.
The survey comes after Gwynne was successful in the third round of his ‘Restoring Your Railway Fund’ bid last year.
Transport for Greater Manchester is running two survey’s relating to the scheme, which residents can access below:
- A survey on a regular passenger rail service between Stockport and either Manchester Victoria or Stalybridge via Reddish South and Denton: https://forms.office.com/r/xbMcJrACxD
- New passenger rail service between Rose Hill (Marple) and Stockport: https://forms.office.com/r/0igmmzynfV
Commenting, Andrew Gwynne said:
“This scheme would massively improve transport connectivity for people right across Denton and Reddish.
I’m therefore really grateful to TfGM for running these two surveys, and using the views of residents to inform the Strategic Outline Business Case for this scheme.
I would encourage people across Denton and Reddish to complete these surveys, and have your say on the development of this new line.”