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In this week’s news from the light rail sector – Transport for Greater Manchester aims to tackle gender-based violence on public transport, West Midlands Metro launches retro-competition, and Edinburgh Trams helps bring IT to schools in developing countries.Read
Two new directors have been elected to the UKTram board during the organisation’s annual general meeting on Thursday, December 1.Read
UKTram has been strengthening links with the wider international transport sector at a major event in the Far East where the role of women in light rail was put firmly under the spotlight.Read
In this week’s news from the light rail sector – Edinburgh and Nottingham systems plan for the festive season, tram customers in Sheffield urged to ‘re:connect’ and Midlands Metro Alliance celebrates environmental award.Read
Midland Metro Limited, the Operator of West Midlands Metro is looking to recruit the following roles: Rolling Stock Manager – £59,000 – The full job description can be downloaded here Maintenance Technician – £34,264 – The full job description can be downloaded here Technical Trainer – £40,055 – The full job description can be downloaded […]Read
In this week’s news from the light rail sector – Shuttle driver organises military vehicle parade in Stourbridge, free travel for veterans in Edinburgh and Nottingham students hear about the benefits of travelling by tram.Read
A fresh approach to the way light rail is defined has the potential to transform connectivity in small and medium-sized UK cities.Read
In this week’s news from the light rail sector – Spooky signs in Nottingham, rugby fans urged to take the tram in Edinburgh, a track dualling project on the Tyne and Wear Metro reaches the half-way stage and an update on testing of new DLR trains.Read
In this week’s news from the light rail sector – Timetable changes in Blackpool, late night trams for ‘spooktacular’ event in Edinburgh, delays to engineering works in Manchester and Halloween competition from Luas.
Light rail colleagues are being invited to an event aimed at helping HR professionals to understand how to best support, attract and retain the future talent their businesses need.