Daily Archives: Sunday 8 June 2014

Two more all over adverts for Nottingham

The ever changing liveries of Nottingham Express Transit has taken another twist with the last couple of weeks seeing two more all over adverts unveiled. 207 has lost its strange all over blue livery in favour of an advert for … Continue reading

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Two more M5000s enter service

The last couple of days has seen the operational M5000 fleet on Manchester increase first to 81 and then to 82 with the entry into service of 3062 and 3083. The introduction of 3062 into service comes some 18 months … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Trams prove popular in their first days of operation

Transport for Edinburgh officials confirmed that over the first four days of operation on the new Edinburgh Trams line 85,000 passengers were carried – boosted by over 10,000 One Direction fans heading to Murrayfield on Tuesday 3rd June.

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In Pictures: The forgotten Blackpool trams

When the old Blackpool tram fleet was sold off Merseytravel purchased several examples to help them achieve their plans of extending the Birkenhead Heritage Tramway. As the years have passed these plans seem to have gone on a major backburner … Continue reading

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Public Inquiry announced for Edinburgh Trams project

It has been confirmed that there will be a public inquiry into the Edinburgh Trams project. As has been reported on these pages extensively the project went through very rough patches during its construction which led to a much reduced … Continue reading

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NET Phase Two safety campaign launched

Taylor Woodrow Alstom, the contractor in charge of construction of Nottingham Express Transit Phase Two, have launched a new safety campaign as the overhead lines start to be installed on the new lines due to open at the end of … Continue reading

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