Light rail news roundup 4th March 2021
In our news round up this week – UKTram continues to work with governments on light rail support, ‘World cup’ kicks off with battle of the tram stops, engineering works extended in Blackpool, works start on £70m depot at South Gosforth and LRSSB launch consultation on medical fitness. UKTram has this week pledged to continue […]
Working in partnership on emergency support
UKTram has pledged to continue working in partnership with the government to secure additional support for light rail as coronavirus restrictions are cautiously lifted. Throughout the pandemic, the organisation has maintained a constant dialogue with the Department for Transport, providing government ministers and officials with valuable information on the impact of Covid-19 on the sector. […]
UKTram steps up global engagement
UKTram has further strengthened its international links by becoming a full member of an organisation promoting and supporting public transport across the world.
Institute membership set to boost transport collaboration
UKTram is forging even closer ties with the wider transport industry after becoming a full member of a highly respected organisation for industry professionals.
Light rail news round up 25th February 2021
In this weeks light rail news – works mean changes to services in Blackpool and the West Midlands, 50th ‘day of action’ in Manchester, app tracks depot rebuild progress in Tyne and Wear, works contracts awarded for extensions to DLR Beckton depot and £30m development at Black Country Living Museum. Kicking off next week, the […]