A map of the proposed congestion charge for Greater Manchester has been unveiled.

It shows the basic location of the inner ring. Drivers will be charged for crossing this ring and the M60 at peak times.

Transport bosses say the charges are vital for the £2.8 billion of investment that will be pumped into the area to create a "world-class public transport system".

The map shows the inner ring running along Queens Road to the north and Alan Turing Way to the east, while the west boundary will run along Trafford Road and Fredrick Road.

The southern boundary would run along either Wilbraham Road or Hathersage Road and Moss Lane.

Sir Richard Leese, deputy leader of the Association of Greater Manchester Councils (AGMA), said estimates suggested 1% of drivers would pay the full fee.

Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly outlined the government's provisional support for the charging scheme on 9 June.