NET Track Works Are Nearing Completion!

NET write: We’re pleased to announce the full network will be reopening from Tuesday 14 July, nearly a week earlier than expected.

Our engineers have been working extremely hard both day and night to successfully replace the tracks in the city centre.

These tracks were part of the original network, and had been in place for 16 years. It was essential new rails were laid to ensure we can continue to run a safe and reliable network.

Thanks must go to our contractors, VolkerRail, and Nottingham City Council’s highways team – we have worked closely with both to minimise the impact of additional measures required due to Covid-19, and have been able to refine our programme to finish the works ahead of schedule.

From Tuesday 14 July we’ll be back to running a Sunday service every day of the week.

Thank you for your patience during these works, and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

From Tuesday 14 July:

• Old Market Square and Lace Market tram stops will reopen
• Trams will run to a Sunday timetable every day of the week

For more information visit our website.

Stay safe on the tram

Thank you to the majority of our customers, who have been wearing face coverings and continuing to follow government guidance for the safety of themselves and their fellow passengers.

We are continuing to do all we can to encourage customers to follow the guidance. If you see someone on a tram who isn’t wearing a face covering, please be considerate as there are some exemptions, including children under 11 and people with breathing difficulties. You can find a list of these here.

The safety of our staff and customers remains our first priority, and we are continuing to carry out an enhanced cleaning schedule, including frequent cleaning of help points, ticket machines and hand rails, and encouraging customers to buy their ticket before they board using the contact-free NETGO! app.

Please help us by wearing a face covering and maintaining social distance.

Thank you.

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