Temporary suspension of services along Princes Street for procession

Edinburgh Trams services will not be able to run along Princes Street for several hours on Sunday 10th June to allow for a special procession commemorating the centenary of women getting the vote. Services will only run between Edinburgh Airport and West End Princes Street between approximately 1330 and 1730 with the last full route tram from the Airport at 1240 and from York Place at 1322. It is expected that the first trams after the closure will be 1703 from the Airport and 1744 from York Place although this is subject to change depending when the procession ends. It has also been announced that services will extended beyond midnight the previous day – Saturday 9th June – to cater for crowds attending a Rolling Stones concert at Murrayfield Stadium.

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One Response to Temporary suspension of services along Princes Street for procession

  1. Nigel Pennick says:

    Can anyone stage a procession and get a tramway closed for the afternoon? A good way for aggrieved unions to bring services to a halt without a strike!