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Network Rail launches Tram Train Pilot Learning Hub

The Tram Train Pilot Learning Hub has been launched by the project’s delivery partners (Network Rail, SYPTE, and Stagecoach Supertram). 

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Tram passes boost for charity

Nottingham’s tram network has renewed a community partnership with a local charity that’s supporting the city’s homeless as the ongoing pandemic puts even more pressure on the most vulnerable.

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WMM launches new Covid-19 cleaning process

West Midlands Metro has invested in new tram cleansing technology in a bid to further increase its response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Join Seaton Tramway for their 50th Anniversary Celebrations

Come along to Seaton Tramway on 28th August to see all 13 trams in action throughout the day*. Trams old and new will be traveling between Seaton and Colyton all day. Heritage trams 14, 16 & 19 that ran on the streets of London, Bournemouth & Exeter respectively will be enjoying the 6-mile round trip. […]

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Pre Metro Supports Innovative Biomethane Light Rail Development

Pre Metro Operations has been playing it’s part in the development of a futuristic light rail vehicle that incorporates the use of Biomethane and kinetic energy storage.

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Work to replace city centre tram track finishing early

Essential work to replace tram track between the Royal Centre and Old Market Square tram stops is to finish almost a week ahead of schedule.

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Trams fitted with face masks!

On Monday 22 June, Scottish Government made it mandatory to wear a face covering on public transport.

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Check the temperature before taking the tram!

West Midlands Metro has launched an innovative online ‘heat map’ to help customers maintain safe social distancing when travelling by tram.

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24 hour tram trip to raise money

Seaton Tramway is excited to announce its TRAMATHON Fundraising Appeal, which will see a week of live videos streamed online to help raise money for the charity and secure the future of the Tramway and its industrial heritage.

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