Technical Documents

Clean Air Plan 2020 Consultation

These documents describe the modelling and analysis that underpins the consultation proposals. They supersede the versions of the same reports supplied to government in the Outline Business Case. The Consultation Summary Report and other reports supporting the Consultation, including a summary report of the Data, Evidence and Modelling, can be found here.

Please note that:

  • The analysis presented here does not take into account the possible impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the impact of the decision to delay implementation of the CAZ until spring 2022. Greater Manchester has begun an assessment of the possible impacts of the pandemic on the proposals to inform decision-makers in the Greater Manchester local authorities.
  • The analytical work is an ongoing process and updated modelling will be carried out post-consultation to take into account changes to the proposals made since the modelling was completed and arising from the consultation.
No.
Name
Description
T1
Local Plan Transport Modelling Tracking Table - Consultation Option Jan 2020
Sets out feedback received to date from JAQU on the traffic and transport modelling process and supplies GM’s responses to that feedback.
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T2
Local Plan Transport Model Validation Report - Consultation Option Jan 2020
Describes the development of the base year transport model for use in the GM CAP assessment. The report describes the main features of the transport model and presents details of the base year model validation, including comparisons of modelled and observed traffic flows and journey times in the study area. Note that this report has not been updated from the OBC version.
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T3
Local Plan Transport Modelling Methodology Report - Consultation Option Jan 2020
Describes the approach taken to forecasting road traffic for the GM CAP. The report describes the development of the future year highway networks and trip matrices and sets out the assumptions on which the forecasts are made. The report has been updated to reflect some methodology improvements and the incorporation of updated Government guidance and input values. Note that the sensitivity testing has not yet been updated from the OBC version and will be supplied to JAQU at a later date.
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T4
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report - Consultation Option Jan 2020
Describes the transport modelling process for the GM CAP Project and presents baseline and scenario forecasts for the preferred option which will be taken forward for consultation. The report has been substantially updated to reflect the revised methodology for deriving behavioural responses to the measures, and now includes new appendices setting out the methodology applied in the Demand Sifting Tool and new Operational Cost Models for freight and taxi. Note that the sensitivity testing has not yet been updated from the OBC version and will be supplied to JAQU at a later date.
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T4 App. A
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report (Consultation Option) – Appendix A
Appendix A to T4, presents the methodology for the Demand Sifting Tool and Cost Response Models.
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T4 App. B
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report (Consultation Option) – Appendix B
Appendix B to T4, provides a map showing boundaries used in the Options Appraisal modelling process for the GM CAP.
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T4 App. D
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report (Consultation Option) – Appendix D
Appendix D to T4, provides a manual for the Demand Sifting Tool.
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AQ1
Local Plan Air Quality Modelling Tracking Table - Consultation Option Jan 2020
Sets out feedback received to date from JAQU on the air quality modelling process and supplies GM’s responses to that feedback
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AQ2
Local Plan Air Quality Modelling Methodology Report - Consultation Option Jan 2020
Sets out the air quality modelling methodology that is and will be used to underpin any air quality modelling for the baseline (2016, 2021, 2023 & 2025) scenario and for scenario forecasts for the preferred option which will be taken forward for consultation. The report has been updated to reflect updates made to the methodology to incorporate updated Government guidance and input values
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AQ3
Local Plan Air Quality Modelling Report - Consultation Option Jan 2020
Provides the air quality results and discussion of the GM CAP options that have been assessed. Specifically, this document sets out the results of the proposed option for consultation. Note that the sensitivity testing has not yet been updated from the OBC version and will be supplied to JAQU at a later date.
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AAS
Analytical Assurance Statement for the Option for Consultation - Jan 2020
Considers the limitations, uncertainties and risks in the evidence base, and the implications of these for decision makers. In particular, it considers whether an appropriate procedure has been followed, in terms of the modelling process and the source data, and whether appropriate checks have been carried out. It considers whether appropriate expertise has been utilised, and whether sufficient time and resources have been allocated to the analysis. The report has been updated to describe the improvements that have been made to the evidence base and modelling approach since the OBC submission and therefore the extent to which there have been changes regarding limitations, uncertainties and risks in the analysis. Note that the sensitivity testing has not yet been updated from the OBC version and will be supplied to JAQU at a later date
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Research

These documents are independent reports of qualitative and quantitative research carried out to support the policy development process for the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan.

No.
Name
Description
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GM CAP Deliberative Research ALL - Spring 2019
Four deliberative workshops carried out by Systra in March 2019 with drivers and operators of taxis (hackney carriages and PHVs), coaches, HGVs and LGVs.
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GM CAP Deliberative Research TAXI - Autumn 2019
Two further deliberative workshops carried out by Systra in October 2019 with hackney carriage and PHV drivers and operators.
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GM CAP Survey and Interviews VAN - Autumn 2019
A quantitative survey of 800 small and micro businesses and sole traders who operated a van and a qualitative survey of 150 depth interviews with a subset of participants to the quantitative survey, carried out by AECOM in September/October 2019.
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GM CAP Interviews HGV - Winter 2020
Twenty depth interviews with small and micro businesses and sole traders who operated HGVs, carried out by Systra in January/February 2020.
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Other Technical Notes

These documents were produced in response to Government requirements and requests for information, to support the development of the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan. As such, some of the documents no longer reflect the latest data and tools. Please ensure you read the descriptive notes carefully before citing any analysis presented in the Notes below. The latest modelling methodology and results are presented in the Technical Reports setting out the Option for Consultation, available here.

Please note that:

  • The analysis presented here does not take into account the possible impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, including the impact of the decision to delay implementation of the Clean Air Zone until spring 2022. Greater Manchester has begun an assessment of the possible impacts of the pandemic on the proposals to inform decision-makers in the Greater Manchester local authorities.
  • The analytical work is an ongoing process; updated modelling will be carried out post-consultation to take into account changes to the proposals made since the modelling was completed and arising from the consultation.
No.
Name
Description
1
GM CAP Data, Evidence and Modelling: post-OBC approach
Sets out the process being undertaken to deliver the Data, Evidence and Modelling requirements in support of the FBC. It also describes the evidence to be supplied to JAQU and how this responds to the feedback received from JAQU and the Technical and Delivery Independent Review Panels (the T-IRP and D-IRP).
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1a
Note 1 – Update to Appendices 2 and 3
Provides an updated response as at November 2019 to the feedback received from JAQU and the Technical and Delivery Independent Review Panels (the T-IRP and D-IRP).
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2
GM CAP: Next steps for data collection and the development of analytical tools
Provides information about further data collection and the development of tools planned as next steps, namely behavioural research of van drivers and other groups; the development of further Operational Cost Models for other vehicle types; on-street specialised goods vehicle surveys; and the analysis of evidence emerging from the Conversation and other bodies.
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3
GM CAP: Analysis of the freight market
Describes the number of HGVs operating in GM, the compliance status of those vehicles, and the business and usage patterns of those vehicles.
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4
GM CAP: Analysis of the coach market
Commercially sensitive so not for publication. Describes the number of coaches operating in GM, the compliance status of those vehicles, and the business and usage patterns of those vehicles. This evidence, and that contained in Note 3, is being used to inform scheme design and to support the development of analytical tools and modelling assumptions.
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GM CAP: ANPR Surveys: Summary of Initial Findings
Sets out the results of an ANPR survey conducted in January 2019 at 42 sites across GM. The survey was designed to provide a representative profile of the vehicle fleet operating in GM in terms of vehicle type (including fuel used) and age profile, in order to update the previous data used in the OBC with a more comprehensive and robust dataset. The results show that there are not major differences between observed levels of compliance in the overall GM fleet between the 2016 and 2019 surveys. This data set is now being used widely as part of the ongoing work to refine the proposals as part of the FBC development for the CAP.
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GM CAP: Behavioural response assumptions and available data sources
Sets out evidence gathered from a number of sources offering an insight into the vehicle markets in question and how they might respond to the range of measures proposed in the GM CAP. These include Stated Preference surveys that have been carried out by other CAP authorities (Sheffield and Bradford) and shared with GM. NOTE: This note contains early work on revised behavioural response estimates which is superseded by later work – see Note 37 and Report T4 for the latest assumptions.
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GM CAP: LGV and HGV Operational Cost Models
'LGV and HGV Operational Cost Models’ describes a new analytical tool that has been developed in support of the GM CAP allowing the assessment of behavioural responses to a CAZ based on operational costs by vehicle type for HGVs and LGVs. It is proposed that this tool replaces the methodology for assessing behavioural responses as applied in the OBC.
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GM CAP: HGV Behavioural Responses Note
Sets out what behavioural response assumptions were applied at OBC for HGVs, the revised behavioural assumptions proposed for future analysis based on the HGV Operational Cost Model, and proposed next steps for analysis. NOTE: This note contains early work on revised behavioural response estimates which is superseded by later work – see Note 37 and Report T4 for the latest assumptions.
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GM CAP: LGV Behavioural Responses Note
'LGV Behavioural Responses’ sets out what behavioural response assumptions were applied at OBC for LGVs, the revised behavioural assumptions proposed for future analysis based on the LGV Operational Cost Model, and proposed next steps for analysis. NOTE: This note contains early work on revised behavioural response estimates which is superseded by later work – see Note 37 and Report T4 for the latest assumptions.
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GM CAP: Taxi Behavioural Responses Note
Sets out what behavioural response assumptions were applied at OBC for Hackney Cabs and PHVs, and consider a possible approach to updating these assumptions based on evidence derived from stated preference surveys carried out in Sheffield. It sets out proposed next steps for analysis, including the development of an Operational Cost Model for Taxis (Hackney Cabs and PHVs). NOTE: This note contains early work on revised behavioural response estimates which is superseded by later work – see Note 37 and Report T4 for the latest assumptions.
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GM CAP: Analysis of Bus Upgrade Options to Deliver Air Quality Compliance
Commercially sensitive so not for publication. 'Note 11: Analysis of Bus Upgrade Options to Deliver Air Quality Compliance’ was produced in response to a request from JAQU for analysis scaling the proportion of bus compliance required to deliver compliance. Practically, this approach is very difficult to test in a way that would represent a real-world operational scenario that could be delivered as part of the CAP. Note 11 therefore presents two approaches to understand the influence of buses on compliance with the Air Quality Directive: - how many of the GM bus service routes pass the predicted exceedance locations and the number of buses this represents compared with the GM bus operator vehicle fleet. - how many of the modelled exceedances would remain if the preferred option (Option 8) excluded bus improvements at all (i.e. a CAZ that did not include buses as a type of vehicle to be charged).
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GM CAP: Evidence of the impact of 2021 implementation of a CAZ C (without exemptions)
Describes analysis carried out by GM to assess the risks of implementing a CAZ C in 2021 without also implementing a two-year sunset period as was proposed in the OBC. The Note sets out analysis of vulnerability by sector, based on the proportion of the fleet that would be non-compliant in 2021 compared to 2023; analysis exploring the risk of market distortion and the potential impact on small businesses; and analysis of the likely availability (or lack of availability) of second-hand compliant vehicles.
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13
GM CAP: Study Traffic Impact on Neighbouring Authorities
Presents the results of highway modelling carried out to assess the likelihood and potential scale of traffic re-routeing to avoid a CAZ.
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GM CAP: Local exceedances: Update
Sets out GM’s approach to identifying and assessing sites where further measures may be required in order to achieve compliance in the shortest possible time. The Note presents the results of analysis carried out to assess real-world traffic conditions and to compare these to model outputs, and analysis of NOx source apportionment and any local conditions affecting concentrations, such as canyons, including checking how accurate the representation of such conditions is in the model itself. It also sets out an update on work carried out to identify possible local solutions.
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Technical Note 14a Appendix A
Appendix A to Note 14: GM CAP: Local exceedances: Update. Provides maps and data for each site considered in the local exceedances study.
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GM CAP: Implications of the Emissions Factor Toolkit update for GM (EFT)
'Implications of the EFT update for GM’ considers the implications of Emission Factor Toolkit (EFT) version 9.1a, released by JAQU at the end of May 2019. GM’s methodology for calculating traffic emissions applies emissions factors has been derived from DEFRA’s Emission Factor Toolkit (EFT) version 8.0, which was originally released in November 2017. Version 9.1a of the EFT contains fleet figures which have resulted from a recent Department for Transport (DfT) project to develop new passenger car fleet projections in light of emerging evidence regarding changes in consumer purchasing behaviour which show a shift away from diesel cars and towards petrol cars, alongside a slowing in overall new car sales.
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GM CAP: Sensitivity testing of a CAZ C in 2023 with revised behavioural response assumptions
Presents the results of a sensitivity test of the impacts of a CAZ C (without any supporting measures) in 2023, applying revised behavioural responses for HGV, LGV, PHV and Hackney Cab. The bus upgrade was assumed as 100% for the purposes of this test. This test was conducted at the request of JAQU. NOTE: Modelling contained in Note 16 was indicative modelling carried out at an early stage in the model development process and is superseded by the package modelling presented in Note 29, and Reports T4 and AQ3.
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17
GM CAP: Evidence supporting the decision not to progress with a GM-wide CAZ D
Sets out the options appraisal process applied at OBC and presents further evidence explaining why it is not considered that a GM-wide CAZ D cannot bring forward compliance.
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18
GM CAP: Minibus Vehicle Research
Describes the number of minibuses operating in GM, the compliance status of those vehicles, and the business and usage patterns of those vehicles.
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19
GM CAP: Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Fleet Research
Describes the number of taxis and PHVs licensed and operating in GM and the compliance status of those vehicles. This evidence, and that contained in Note 18, is being used to inform scheme design and to support the development of analytical tools and modelling assumptions.
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GM CAP: Greater Manchester Specialised Goods Surveys Results Summary
Sets out the results of on-street surveys carried out at three sites identified in the local exceedances study where freight was a significant contributor of emissions. The surveys provide estimates of vehicle volumes by size, compliance status and industry.
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21
GM CAP: Sensitivity test: Full Electric Bus Fleet
Describes the results of a sensitivity test carried out to understand the impact on compliance of a fully electric bus network across GM. This was carried out as a theoretical test at the request of JAQU.
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22
GM CAP: Addendum to Note 3: GM Comparative Statistics
Presents the results of analysis carried out at the request of JAQU to test the reasonableness of GM’s assumption that the region was typical of the UK in terms of economic and business activity. It acts as an Addendum to Note 3.
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23
GM CAP: Summary update of ongoing work on local exceedances
Provides an updated position on the local exceedances project, acting as a follow-up paper to Note 14 which was supplied to JAQU in draft three weeks earlier.
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24
GM CAP: Updates to the Modelling Tools post-OBC Submission for the Do Minimum scenario
Describes a series of improvements that have been made to the underlying assumptions in the Do Minimum modelling scenario, in particular reflecting the release of EFT v9.1a and newly available data on bus services and fleets.
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25
GM CAP: Modelling the impacts of Sustainable Journeys Measures
Sets out the methodology that has been developed to test the impacts of a package of sustainable journeys interventions, and the results of those tests.
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26
GM CAP: Analysis of Funds
Sets out how the available tools have been used to assess the impact of different funding offers in terms of likely uptake and impact on behavioural responses. This analysis has fed into the assessment of the funding offers, alongside other evidence.
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27
GM CAP: Demand Sifting Tool Operating Manual
Describes the Demand Sifting Tool and acts as a manual for use, setting out the underlying assumptions and methodology within the Tool. This Note has been developed to meet the TIRP request for further detail on the operation of the Tools.
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28
GM CAP: Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Operational Cost Model
Describes a new analytical tool that has been developed in support of the GM CAP allowing the assessment of behavioural responses to a CAZ based on operational costs by vehicle type for Hackney Cabs and PHVs. It is proposed that this tool replaces the methodology for assessing behavioural responses as applied in the OBC.
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29
GM CAP: Option for Consultation Modelling Summary
Presents the results of a series of tests of the updated Do Minimum scenario and of the full package of measures proposed for consultation for the GM CAP. Tests have been carried out for 2021, 2023 and 2025 and analysis has been carried out to estimate the forecast year of compliance, shown to be 2024 with the proposed package as per the Ministerial Direction. As such, this Note supersedes Note 16, which acted as an early test of a simplified CAZ-only scenario using an interim version of the updated tools.
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30
GM CAP: Alternative Sensitivity Test Modelling Summary Note
Sets out the results of a sensitivity test carried out to assess the possible impact of a CAZ D within the Inner Relief Road – in addition to the measures set out in Note 29 - on NO₂ concentrations and achieving compliance in the shortest possible time.
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31
GM CAP: Charge Level Sensitivity Testing
Describes modelling that has been carried out to test the impact of different charge levels on behavioural responses (i.e.: whether drivers choose to upgrade or stay and pay) and NOx emissions.
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32
GM CAP: Option for Consultation – Incremental Measures Modelling Note
Sets out the results of a series of tests carried out to test the impact of each proposed Implementation and CAF measure on NOx emissions and NO₂ concentrations.
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33
GM CAP: Sensitivity testing of electric taxi upgrade responses
Describes the sensitivity tests that have been carried out to assess the impacts of changes to the electric taxi assumptions on expected emissions and compliance with Air Quality Standards for NO₂.
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34
GM CAP: Vehicle finance subsidy
Sets out the development of the Vehicle Finance measure within the CAP, a Vehicle Finance Subsidy Model has been developed to calculate the level of subsidy required across vehicle types to offer the equivalent of an interest-free or subsidised vehicle finance offering to prospective and eligible applicants.
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GM CAP: Forecasting the required number of rapid chargers for Hackney Cabs and PHVs
Quantifies the number of electric vehicle (EV) chargers that will be required for hackney carriages and PHVs (referred to collectively as taxis) across GM.
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36
GM CAP: Representing the Funds in the Cost Models and Analytical Inputs for the Funds / Vehicle Finance models
Describes how the funds are applied within the vehicle cost models, in terms of the methodology and assumptions applied and the nature of the outputs. Describes the calculation of the funds requirements from the cost model outputs and analysis developed, including the following tools/analyses that have been developed.
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37
GM CAP: Vehicle population estimates
Sets out the summary of the key vehicle volumetric information used in the project which is used to understand the behavioural responses for vehicle owners to the GM CAP.
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GM CAP: CAZ discounts and exemptions
Sets out the proposed discounts and exemptions, why GM have proposed them and then outlines the impact on compliance.
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Outline Business Case

These documents set out the Outline Business Case (OBC) for the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan as submitted to the Government in March 2019. Note that the proposals have been developed in more detail since OBC and the Technical Reports have been superseded by the versions produced for the Option for Consultation, available here.

Cases

No.
Name
Description
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Executive Summary
An Executive Summary of the GM CAP Outline Business Case.
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Strategic Case
Sets out the background to the proposals, the case for action and the process through which the preferred option has been selected.
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Economic Case
Sets out the behavioural responses expected from the proposals, and appraisal of the costs and benefits of each option.
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Financial Case
Sets out the initial indicative cost estimates and funding requirements to implement the GM CAP.
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Commercial Case
Sets out the required procurement and commercial arrangements relating to the services and infrastructure to implement the GM CAP.
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Management Case
Makes recommendations for the governance structure, management arrangements, arrangements for consultation and engagement and provides a project plan, risk management plan and monitoring & evaluation plan.
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Appendices

No.
Name
Description
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Options Appraisal Report
Provides a summary of the optioneering process undertaken in the development of the GM CAP.
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Air Quality Maps
Maps of NO₂ exceedances in the Do Minimum and Do Something scenarios. Please note this file is 162mb in size.
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E1
Economic Appraisal Methodology Report
Sets out the methodology for the economic appraisal supplied in the Economic Case.
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Equality Impact Assessment (EQIA)
Provides an initial assessment of the impact of the GM CAP on equalities.
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E2
Economic Modelling Report pdf
Sets out the results of the economic modelling carried out for each option.
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E3
Distributional Impacts Report
Provides contextual information about GM and a quantified assessment of the distributional impacts in terms of air quality and health, accessibility and affordability.
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E3 App. A
Distributional Impacts Report Appendix A
Provides maps supporting the Distributional Impacts Report
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E3 App. B
Distributional Impacts Report Appendix B
Provides recommendations for further work on distributional impacts.
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Project and Work Package Summary Sheets
Provides a summary of each proposed measure, in terms of rationale, proposals, indicative cost and commercial/management route.
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Programme Governance Model
Sets out the governance process for the GM CAP.
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Programme Structure
Sets out the programme structure for the next stage of work.
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Overview of Lifecycle Stages
Provides an overview of the project and programme lifecycle for the GM CAP.
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Four Lines of Defence Model
Sets out TfGM’s four lines of defence model for assurance.
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Plan on a Page
Sets out the timetable to implementation as at OBC.
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Stakeholder Management Plan
Sets out the proposed approach to governance, communications and stakeholder engagement.
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Risk Management Plan
Sets out the proposed process for assessing and managing risk.
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Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
Provides an overview of the proposed approach to monitoring and evaluation.
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Programme Risk Register
Details the programme-level risks that have been identified and assessed, with proposed mitigation.
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Project Risk Register
Details the project-level risks that have been identified and assessed, with proposed mitigation.
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Steering Group Terms of Reference
Provides the agreed Terms of Reference for the GM CAP Steering Group of Local Authorities.
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Glossary
A glossary of terms used in the GM CAP OBC.
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Technical Appendices

No.
Name
Description
T1
Local Plan Transport Modelling Tracking Table (OBC)
Sets out feedback received prior to submission of the OBC from JAQU on the traffic and transport modelling process and supplies GM’s responses to that feedback at OBC.
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T2
Local Plan Transport Highway Model Validation Report (OBC)
Describes the development of the base year transport model for use in the GM CAP assessment. The report describes the main features of the transport model and presents details of the base year model validation, including comparisons of modelled and observed traffic flows and journey times in the study area.
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T3
Local Plan Transport Modelling Methodology Report (OBC)
Describes the approach taken to forecasting road traffic for the GM CAP at OBC. The report describes the development of the future year highway networks and trip matrices and sets out the assumptions on which the forecasts are made.
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T4
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report (OBC)
Describes the transport modelling process for the GM CAP Project and presents baseline and scenario forecasts for the options considered at OBC, including the preferred option.
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T4 App. A
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report (OBC) - Appendix A
Appendix A to T4, presents Demand Sifting Tool methodology.
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T4 App. B
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report (OBC) - Appendix B
Appendix B to T4, provides a map showing boundaries used in the Options Appraisal modelling process for the GM CAP.
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T4 App. C
Local Plan Transport Model Forecasting Report (OBC) - Appendix C
Appendix C to T4, presents sensitivity testing of the traffic and transport assumptions.
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AQ1
Local Plan Air Quality Modelling Tracker Table (OBC)
Sets out feedback received prior to submission of the OBC from JAQU on the air quality modelling process and supplies GM’s responses to that feedback at OBC.
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AQ2
Local Plan Air Quality Modelling Methodology Report (OBC)
Sets out the air quality modelling methodology that is and will be used to underpin any air quality modelling for the baseline (2016, 2021, 2023 & 2025) scenario and for scenario forecasts for the options considered at OBC, including the preferred option.
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AQ3
Local Plan Air Quality Modelling Report (OBC)
Provides the air quality results and discussion of the GM CAP options that have been assessed.
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AQ3 App. B
Local Plan Air Quality Modelling Report (OBC) - Supporting Information
Provides the full air quality modelling results including maps (please note this file is 350mb in size).
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AAS
Analytical Assurance Statement (OBC)
Considers the limitations, uncertainties and risks in the evidence base, and the implications of these for decision makers. In particular, it considers whether an appropriate procedure has been followed, in terms of the modelling process and the source data, and whether appropriate checks have been carried out. It considers whether appropriate expertise has been utilised, and whether sufficient time and resources have been allocated to the analysis.
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Summer 2019 Conversation

These documents include the materials provided to the public for the Summer 2019 Conversation and a summary of responses received.

No.
Name
Description
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A summary of our proposals to improve air quality for Greater Manchester (PDF format)
Summary of proposals to improve air quality as provided for the Summer 2019 Conversation
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A summary of our proposals to improve air quality for Greater Manchester (RTF format)
Summary of proposals to improve air quality as provided for the Summer 2019 Conversation.
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Clean Air Conversation 2019 - Summary of responses received
Report summarising the responses to the Summer 2019 conversation.
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Appendix A - Taxi and Private Hire Owner Operator Questionnaire
Questionnaire supplied to hackney carriage and PHV owners in the Summer 2019 Conversation.
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Appendix A - Individuals Questionnaire
Questionnaire supplied to individuals (who were not representing a business or taxi owners) in the Summer 2019 Conversation.
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Appendix A - Business Owner Questionnaire
Questionnaire supplied to business owners in the Summer 2019 Conversation.
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Appendix B - Coded Data
Summary of coded results to open questions (ie: questions where you can write in your own response) in the Summer 2019 Conversation.
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Appendix C - Data Tables
Summary of responses to closed questions (ie: questions where you select from a category) in the Summer 2019 Conversation.
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Strategic Outline Case

These documents set out the Strategic Outline Case for the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan as submitted to the Government in March 2018.

No.
Name
Description
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Strategic Outline Case pages 1 to 18
Sets out an initial assessment of the objectives; case for change; strategic policy context; opportunities, risks, dependences and success; and introduces the economic case. Superseded by OBC.
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Strategic Outline Case pages 19 to 38
Sets out the success factors; appraisal process; short-listed measures; financial; commercial; and management cases. Superseded by OBC.
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Strategic Outline Case Appendices A to C
This document contains: Appendix A: Air Quality Summary Report, Appendix B: GM Strategic Policy Context, Appendix C: Risk Register
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Strategic Outline Case Appendices D to M
This document contains: Appendix D: List of Interventions, Appendix E: Project & Programme Lifecycle Stages, Appendix F: Feasibility Study Organisational Structure and Governance, Appendix G: Activities, Workstreams & Teams, Appendix H: Funding Sources Options, Appendix I: High Level Process Flow, Appendix J: Four Lines of Defence Model, Appendix K: Project Plan, Appendix L: Stakeholder and Consultation Matrix, Appendix M: Workstream Scope
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