The home of Greater Manchester mapped data.
MappingGM provides a range of maps that you can use to explore Greater Manchester’s housing, planning, infrastructure, socio-economic and demographic data. The maps are open for you to use, and most of the data used is freely available to download.

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Planning, housing and infrastructure data across Greater Manchester.

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People and Communities

Explore socio-economic and demographic information about the people and communities of Greater Manchester.

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GMSF Call for Sites

View sites submitted to the GMSF Call for Sites process.

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GMSF Consultation 2016

View the proposals from the draft GMSF 2016 on a map.

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Bee Network

View the proposed Beeline routes and crossing points across Greater Manchester, and add your comments to these proposals.

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Your City, Your Views

View planned key interventions and help shape the future of transport in the city centre by suggesting potential improvements.

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UPDATE 08/08/2018: Your City, Your Views map open for comments

Your city centre is changing…

Today sees the release of the new Your City, Your Views map. This is your chance to have your say on city centre transport so that we can improve it for the future. TfGM, Manchester City Council and Salford City Council would like to find out what residents, employees and visitors think of transport in the city centre today and what, if anything, you’d change.

You can make comments directly on the map, and 'like' comments that you agree with, and there are several layers to add to help provide a little context. For more information on the strategy and to complete our online survey click here, or to view the map and make comments directly, click here.

Suggest a change

We are always on the lookout for new and useful data. If you would like to see any particular data visualised, please let us know via Twitter or via email.

Contact the team

If you have any queries, comments or updates to make regarding the map, then you can get in touch with our mapping team via email or via Twitter.


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