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  • Pride of the Tyne

    Shields Ferry fares to offer bigger savings in 2017

    8 December 2016
    Shields Ferry fares in 2017 are to offer bigger savings for customers with a Pop Pay As You Go smartcard, while most other tickets are coming down or are being frozen in price. Nexus, the public body which owns and operates the cross-Tyne service, is introducing a 20p saving on single Ferry tickets...
  • Metro on QE2 Bridge

    Extra Metro services for Christmas shopping period

    6 December 2016
    The Tyne and Wear Metro will be running additional services during the busy festive season. Extra Metro trains are scheduled to help shoppers, families and partygoers as they descend on the region’s shopping centres and nightspots throughout December. The additional Christmas Metro services will be...
  • Metro stations are a new home for Amazon lockers

    28 November 2016
    The Tyne and Wear Metro is home to a new set of Amazon lockers, giving passengers the chance to collect their online purchases when they pass through stations. Amazon Lockers have been installed at five key stations on the Metro system, including Monument in Newcastle city centre, Four Lane Ends...
  • Bags of Christmas shopping

    Christmas and New Year public transport in Tyne and Wear

    28 November 2016
    Nexus has produced a handy guide to when public transport is operating in and around Tyne and Wear this Christmas and New Year. You can download our guide from this page. It provides a quick reference to when bus, Metro, Shields ferry and local rail services are operating, as well as opening hours...
  • Metro's airport extension celebrates its 25th year

    17 November 2016
    The Metro extension to Newcastle Airport has marked its 25th anniversary. The £12m scheme, opened on November 17, 1991, provides the fastest airport to city centre transfers in the country. Millions of holidaymakers and business travellers have benefited over the last quarter of a century. Managing...
  • Travel advice for NUFC's Boxing Day home game

    15 November 2016
    Newcastle United supporters are being advised to plan ahead for the Boxing Day night fixture at St James Park, when only limited public transport will be available. The home game on 26th December against Sheffield Wednesday kicks off at 7:45pm, after the normal limited Boxing Day local transport in...
  • Apprentices start a new career at the Metro train depot

    8 November 2016
    The Tyne and Wear Metro has underlined its commitment to training and development by taking on five new apprentices at its train fleet depot in South Gosforth in Newcastle. Metro, which carries almost 40 million passengers a year, has recruited the apprentices from Newcastle College’s engineering...
  • Metro cycling trial is extended for six months

    7 November 2016
    Tyne and Wear Metro has extended its cycle trial allowing customers to travel with non-folding bikes for the first time. The limited trial was launched earlier this year to test how far it was possible to support onward travel for cyclists with non-folding bikes without having an impact on the...
  • Metro on QE2 bridge

    Most popular Metro tickets are frozen in price for 2017

    3 November 2016
    Metro fares will include bigger savings for customers travelling with Pop Pay As You Go smartcards in 2017, while other popular Metro tickets are to be frozen in price. Nexus, the public body which owns and manages Metro, will introduce a bigger 20p saving on single journeys and 30p saving on the...
  • New metro train

    The future of Metro and light rail services in North East England

    7 July 2016
    The North East Combined Authority’s vision for transport in the region includes ambitious plans to invest in Metro and explore how expansion of our region’s rail networks could be achieved. In the attached document we provide a broader policy context for part of that vision: the business cases for...

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