Daily Archives: Tuesday 6 March 2018

In Pictures: Blackpool’s newest trams enter service

On Sunday 4th March 2018, Blackpool’s two newest trams – Flexity2 class trams 017 and 018 – both entered public service for the first time. Both were delivered to Starr Gate depot in December and have since undergone extensive testing, … Continue reading

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Purple route changes in Sheffield after staff assault

Late evening services on Stagecoach Supertram services to Herdings Park have been suspended after a member of staff was assaulted in the evening of Friday 2nd March. Whilst Supertram assist the Police with the incident and with a full review … Continue reading

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Luas resumes a full service

After the heavy snow suffered as a result of Storm Emma services on Dublin’s Luas tram network have finally resumed a full service on both the Green and Red lines. When we last took a look at services running there … Continue reading

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Electrical fire causes Eccles line suspension

Services to MediaCityUK and Eccles were suspended for approximately four hours on Tuesday 6th March after a fire in underground cables at Anchorage stop. The fire was reported at approximately 0900 with all services on the Eccles line immediately suspended, … Continue reading

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Around the World in Trams: Oranjestad Streetcar, Aruba

An usual tramway is featured in this series today as we head to the only tramway in the Caribbean on the Dutch island of Aruba which features hydrogen cell technology.

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