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  • Bus service changes in Newcastle

    7 March 2014
    Nexus is making a change to bus services in the west of Newcastle this month, with a new local route launched next month. The new 71A will connect Throckley, Newburn, Walbottle, Chapel Park, Westerhope and Newbiggin Hall with Kingston Park. From Sunday, 23 March, it will run every hour on evenings...
  • Nexus wins a national award for its staff training schemes

    6 March 2014
    Nexus, which owns, manages and the Tyne and Metro, has marked National Apprentice Week by scooping a top award for its outstanding commitment to staff training. Nexus was named best in the UK rail industry for training and development at the Rail Business Awards in London, beating off competition...
  • Families get smart travel advice direct to their sofa

    5 March 2014
    More than 108,000 families are to get personal travel advice sent to their homes – using smart phone technology to let them see next bus times without leaving the sofa. The largest personal travel planning campaign ever mounted in the region is part of a £5m investment programme by local...
  • The £30m refurbishment of Metro's train fleet reaches the halfway mark

    26 February 2014
    The £30m modernisation of Tyne and Wear Metro trains has reached the halfway mark, with the project on schedule to be completely finished by May 2015. Extensive refurbishment work has been completed on a total of 43 Metro cars, which are now back in service, with a further 43 set to be ready by...
  • Cost of Metro Gold Card to be cut from £25 to £12 from April 1

    24 February 2014
    The price of a Metro Gold Card is to be reduced, from £25 to £12 for anyone buying the ticket from 1 April 2014. The new price reflects the fact that the Metro Gold Cards are much easier to buy and use. The Gold Card is now being sold as a smartcard product which can be uploaded directly on to a...
  • Court sentences man for attacking Nexus employee

    20 February 2014
    Nexus said today that attacks against members of its staff will not be tolerated, after a man was sentenced by the courts for assaulting a public transport researcher while they were on duty. The attack, which took place on board a bus in Newcastle on 25 August last year, saw a Nexus worker...
  • Metro investment reaches £150m milestone

    17 February 2014
    More than £150m has now been put into modernising the Tyne and Wear Metro since the ‘all change’ investment programme began in 2010. Cllr David Wood, Chairman of the Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority, this week marked the milestone by meeting Nexus engineers and contractors carrying out...
  • Nexus up for four national rail awards

    4 February 2014
    Nexus has been shortlisted in a record four categories at this month’s prestigious UK Rail Business Awards, recognising its commitment to innovation, investment in staff and a good relationship with local people. The public body, which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has been recognised...
  • Nexus invests an extra £100,000 to prevent low rail adhesion

    31 January 2014
    Nexus, which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, is investing an extra £100,000 in the clearance of trackside vegetation across the system in a bid to reduce incidents of low rail adhesion in autumn 2014. The extra resources will be ploughed into cutting back more trees and shrubbery...