Light rail news roundup 18th June 2021
In light rail news this week – support grows for the ‘Stourbridge Dasher’, NET donates future ‘antiques’, services resume on West Midlands Metro, Luas supports Pride month, fundraising appeal from Blackpool Heritage and medical fitness guidance issued by LRSSB. Recovery from the pandemic, and supporting staff with continuing testing, vaccinations and self-isolation, continue to challenge […]
HR professionals continue to respond to Covid challenges
Recovery from the pandemic, and supporting staff with continuing testing, vaccinations and self-isolation continue to challenge HR professionals in the light rail sector.
Dudley residents weigh in on the proposed ‘Stourbridge Dasher’
The proposed ‘Stourbridge Dasher’ service has been backed by Stourbridge MP Suzanne Webb, Dudley South MP Mike Wood and also received support from the WMCA Leader Andy Street earlier this year before his re-election.
NET memorabilia donated to tram museum
Future ‘antiques’ from across Nottingham’s tram network are being preserved for posterity.
Light rail news roundup 11th June 2021
In this week’s light rail news – new book celebrates 40 years of Tyne & Wear Metro, services suspended in the West Midlands, images show progress on Edinburgh ‘Trams to Newhaven’ extension, Queens Award for Heaton Park Tramway and new website for the LRSSB. An important online resource for the sector has been launched this week by […]