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  • ITA agrees plan to improve local buses

    26 January 2013
    The Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority has agreed to move forward with plans aimed at providing better bus services while reducing the cost to local taxpayers by £70m. Key features of a proposal it is now opening to consultation include capping future price rises, making travel cheaper...
  • Sunderland Airshow travel information

    23 July 2013
    Public transport information for this weekend’s Sunderland International Airshow. Metro services will be running between Sunderland and Newcastle city centres and Seaburn Metro station. The seafront is only a 15 minute walk from Seaburn station. Extra staff will be on duty to provide passengers...
  • Take the bus to the beach in Sunderland

    4 July 2013
    Sunderland’s popular green bus has moved to its summer route – linking the city’s visitor attractions with its spectacular coastline. And a new range of tickets has been launched to offer great value to families and regular users. From July until mid-September, the Sunderland Connect 700 will link...
  • Major Line Closure: less than two weeks to go

    4 July 2013
    Nexus is less than two weeks away from starting the biggest and most complex modernisation projects in the history of the Tyne and Wear Metro, meaning the busiest section of line will be closed for 27 consecutive days. From Sunday 4 August until Friday August 30 there will be a major line closure...
  • Gold Card lets you travel all day in July and August

    1 July 2013
    Metro Gold Card holders will once again this year get the added benefit of all-day-travel throughout July and August. Nexus, which owns and manages Metro, is repeating last year’s scheme by lifting the restriction which prevents holders using the pass before 9.30am on weekdays for the next two...
  • Smartphone app for checking Pop cards

    Checking your Metro ticket on the phone

    19 June 2013
    Nexus, which owns, manages and is modernising Metro, has developed an app for Metro ticket inspectors to check a passenger’s Pop card with a smartphone. The app, which is uploaded to an android smartphone, allows the ticket inspectors to scan the Pop card in order to check the ticket products...
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    Buy a year's travel at any Metro station

    7 June 2013
    Pop smart card holders can now buy a range of season tickets – right up to a full annual pass – from any Tyne and Wear Metro ticket machine. The new easier way to pay is part of the Transport Revolution led by Nexus to roll-out smart travel on Metro and other local transport. To buy season tickets...
  • New bus link trialled in Hebburn

    5 June 2013
    A new bus route has been launched for a six-month trial period linking communities in Hebburn with the town centre, Gateshead and Newcastle. The 27X service is being provided through the South Tyneside Better Bus Partnership with Go North East at the request of a local councillor and in response to...
  • New bus link for Washington

    21 June 2013
    Nexus is working with local councillors and residents to improve bus services for a fast-growing suburb of Washington. Improvements to the existing bus route 73, which Nexus provides using funding from local councils, will provide new links through Teal Farm to schools and shops in Washington, as...
  • Children and young people can go smart for cheaper travel

    29 May 2013
    Children and young people with a Nexus Under-16 Pop Card are being advised to get smart to get the cheapest travel. From tomorrow Metro ticket machines will only sell the cheapest child concessionary fares – 60p single and £1.10 all day, when holders touch their Under -16 Pop card against the...

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