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West Midlands Metro Engineering Expansions Interface Manager Vacancy

West Midlands Metro is your ticket to an exciting career in the heart of England’s thriving West Midlands region. We are the driving force behind modern and sustainable urban transportation.  Our sleek trams connect cities, towns and most importantly – people, providing them with a safe and secure, reliable and sustainable tram service.  With a […]


Light Rail news roundup 24th June 2022

In this week’s news from the light rail sector – A European award for a talented tram manager in Nottingham, industrial action in Croydon and reports that the Docklands extension is still on track.


Light Rail news roundup 27th May 2022

In this week’s news from the light rail sector – winning ideas from Tyne & Wear young inventors, more frequent services in Blackpool, engineering work in Sheffield and on Luas and NET joins City hospitality association.


Light Rail news roundup 1st April 2022

In light rail news this week – Trams back running to St Andrew Square in Edinburgh, bodywork repairs required in the West Midlands, driver simulator tested ahead of new Tyne & Wear fleet, 70% of track now laid on Trams to Newhaven project and LRSSB welcomes findings of positive ORR review.


Light Rail news roundup 25th March 2022

In this weeks light rail news – A-Z of Consent message on NET Tram, services suspended again in the West Midlands, trams return to Edinburgh City centre stops, works announced in Sheffield and on Luas, and Seaton scoops visitor attraction award.


Venue for Summit announced

The impressive Deansgate headquarters of Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce has been named as the venue for an eagerly anticipated light rail event in September.


Light Rail News Roundup 18th March 2022

In this weeks light rail news – NET users told to ‘pay up duck’, recruitment drive launches in Edinburgh, zonal ticketing introduced in the West Midlands, six days of works on the Ashton line and half price entry with a lottery ticket to Seaton Tramway.