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The ten authorities in Greater Manchester are the first in the country to develop a statutory Combined Authority which will co-ordinate key economic development, regeneration and transport functions. The Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) was established on the 1 April 2011. To help drive forward its transport functions a new 'Transport for Greater Manchester Committee' was created. The Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) continue to act as the voice of the ten local authorities of Greater Manchester but as part of a much stronger partnership with GMCA. The governance arrangements have been developed in order to boost economic performance and help deliver a brighter future for Greater Manchester and the North West so that by 2020, the Manchester city region will have pioneered a new model for sustainable economic growth based around a more connected, talented and greener city region where the prosperity secured is enjoyed by the many and not the few.
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