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  • Metro services Pelaw-South Hylton to run - strike off

    21 May 2015
    Tyne and Wear Metro services between Pelaw and South Hylton will be running on Monday May 25 and Tuesday May 26 after a national rail strike was called off. Metro services will now be able to access the Sunderland line on Monday and Tuesday as usual, meaning no disruption for passengers. All train...
  • A new line up for river trips on the Shields Ferry

    20 May 2015
    Shields Ferry river cruises are back for summer, with an exciting new line up of live music and entertainment added to this year’s bill. Nexus, which owns and operates the cross-Tyne Shields Ferry service, is offering passengers a new range of evening cruises, featuring eight different live acts...
  • Bus route changes in the Sunderland coalfield region

    14 May 2015
    Bus passengers in Sunderland’s rural coalfields region will see two local routes altered from May 31, but this will not result in any loss of service. The 79 and the 79A, which connect Barnwell in Penshaw with Houghton-le-Spring and Hall Lane and Fence Houses, are to be withdrawn from Sunday May 31...
  • Extra Metros for Foo Fighters gig in Sunderland

    12 May 2015
    Extra Metro services are being provided for the Foo Fighters concert at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland on Monday May 25. With tens of thousands expected to arrive on Wearside for one of the region’s biggest events of the year, additional Metro trains will be running before and after the concert...
  • Metro's first ever trains celebrate their 40th year

    12 May 2015
    The first ever trains to enter service on the Tyne and Wear Metro system are celebrating their 40th anniversary – and passengers are being invited to join the party. The two original Metro prototypes, Metrocars 4001 and 4002, are being recognised with a special commemorative train journey to mark...
  • Zonal MetroSaver now available from ticket machines

    27 April 2015
    Nexus, which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has made its zonal annual season tickets available at the touch of a button from Metro ticket machines. The zonal MetroSaver, which was introduced on January 2 and had previously been available over the counter from Nexus travel shops, is now...
  • Nexus invests in new tracks for QEII Metro bridge

    14 April 2015
    Nexus, which owns, manages and is modernising the Tyne Wear Metro, is to carry out a multi-million pound project to replace the tracks on the QEII Metro bridge which spans the River Tyne. The work, which forms part of the £389m Metro all change modernisation programme, involves replacing two 400...
  • Metro offers perfect platform to launch a small business

    14 April 2015
    Entrepreneurs ready to take their fledgling business ideas to the next level are being encouraged to consider the benefits of setting up shop on the Tyne and Wear Metro system. Whilst many might still associate Metro with the traditional newsagent, over the last five years the increased demand for...
  • Board game for Byker is a giant new artwork for Metro

    27 March 2015
    A board game taking players on a journey of discovery through Byker takes pride of place at the local Metro station from today (Saturday 28 March). Artists Michael Crilly and Chris Morton created the game as the centrepiece of the latest giant artwork at Byker Metro station, titled ‘The Point of...
  • New escalators for Heworth and Gateshead

    18 March 2015
    Nexus has completed the modernisation of escalators at two of the busiest Metro stations south of the Tyne. A total of eight new escalators have been installed at Gateshead and Heworth Interchanges as part of the £389m Metro: all change modernisation programme. The new escalators replace original ‘...

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