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  • Price cut for commuters on the Shields Ferry

    7 January 2016
    Commuter fares on the Shields Ferry have been cut for 2016, as part of a new price package announced by operator Nexus. Single fares are also down and child fares have been frozen on the iconic service connecting North and South Shields. The new commuter fares, approved by the North East Combined...
  • Evening closures resume at Metro Central Station

    30 December 2015
    The early evening closures of Central Station’s Metro ticket concourse and platforms have resumed. Nexus, which owns, manages and is modernising Metro, has resumed the 8pm, closures, Sundays to Thursdays, to allow for modernisation work. The evening closures had been temporarily halted over the...
  • Metro bridge works completed in South Tyneside

    17 December 2015
    Nexus, which owns, manages and is modernising the Tyne and Wear Metro, has completed a £1.1m project to strengthen and protect three Metro bridges in South Tyneside. The project has seen new crash barriers installed to prevent the bridges from sustaining structural damage if any are hit by a car or...
  • Flagship Sunderland bus route gets AV technology

    17 December 2015
    A flagship city bus service in Sunderland has been fitted with audio visual technology to benefit passengers with disabilities. The Sunderland Connect 700/701 service has had audio visual displays installed on all three buses to aid passengers with visual and hearing impairments. It will also be of...
  • New contractor to deliver Metro modernisation works

    17 December 2015
    Nexus, which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has appointed TXM Rail to carry out a range of large scale Metro modernisation projects over the next four years. TXM, a division of TXM Plant, has won the tender to deliver major track replacement schemes on the Metro system as part of the on-...
  • Metro brand features in £14m airport redevelopment

    16 December 2015
    The Tyne and Wear Metro’s iconic yellow livery is a striking new feature of a £14m redevelopment of the departure lounge at Newcastle International Airport. The new-look departure lounge has a range of new shops, cafes, restaurants and bar areas – and one of the designs has been inspired by Metro’s...
  • Pupils create level crossing safety posters

    11 December 2015
    Nexus, which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has given local school children the chance to design a series of level crossing safety posters which have been published in an eye-catching new calendar. Two schools located near to Metro level crossings in Newcastle and North Tyneside have...
  • North East passengers to benefit from rail deal

    9 December 2015
    Rail passengers in the North East will feel the benefit from new trains, more frequent services and smart ticket travel as part of a franchise deal between local councils and the Department for Transport announced today. The deal will also bring greater local powers to hold train companies to...
  • Nexus accountant is honoured by his profession

    30 November 2015
    A young accountant at Nexus has been honoured by his profession for his work on a project to improve local bus services. Tom Clarke received an award from the Chartered Institute for Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) in recognition of his outstanding contribution to public finance and...
  • Metro and Shields Ferry fares for 2016 are agreed

    24 November 2015
    Metro fares are to include savings on the price of single tickets in 2016. The cost of standard adult single Metro tickets will be reduced by 10p from January 2 next year. Pop Pay As You Go will remain the cheapest way to pay for single and daily Metro travel. A 60% discount for young people aged...

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