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  • Drivers fined for contravening bus lane

    9 October 2012
    Over 170 drivers have been fined for using bus lanes in Washington. Since the beginning of May, police have handed out a total of 178 fixed penalty £30 fines to motorists flouting the law by driving on bus only routes. The action comes as part of Operation Effect, set up to combat concerns raised...
  • Metro highly commended at UK Light Rail Awards

    8 October 2012
    Nexus has been highly commended for its huge efforts to repair the Metro system after June’s devastating storms and flooding. The commendation was given to Nexus in the team of the year category at the Light Rail awards in London. DBTW, which operates Metro on behalf of Nexus, was highly commended...
  • Emergency shuttle bus for Newburn

    28 September 2012
    An emergency shuttle bus for the Newburn area is running to help people left without public transport in the area. The bus, provided by Nexus, will run every 20 minutes from 7am until 8pm between Newburn village and Throckley, allowing residents of Newburn to reach the local supermarket, other...
  • artistic shot of buses at Haymarket

    Plans to improve bus services move forward

    11 September 2012
    A decision is due to be made over the future shape of bus services in Tyne and Wear by the end of the year. The Integrated Transport Authority (ITA) is seeking to adopt a new model which will increase the number of people using local buses and provides a better service which delivers greater value...
  • Free Metro park and ride extended

    19 September 2012
    A special offer on free car parking at Metro park and ride sites has been extended until the end of November. Nexus, which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has extended the special offer as a goodwill gesture to passengers after a busy year of modernisation work that has meant disruption...
  • Two thirds of stations have new ticket machines

    18 September 2012
    Nexus, which owns, manages and is modernising the Tyne and Wear Metro, has installed new ticket machines at more than two thirds of the stations on the Metro network. A total of 42 Metro stations now have new ticket machines fitted, with the rebuilt Metro station at North Shields, which has fully...
  • Passengers under real time information display

    £5m boost for sustainable transport

    11 September 2012
    Commuters across Tyne and Wear are to benefit from £5m of Government money that will make their trips to and from work easier and greener, following a successful funding bid from the Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority (ITA). The funding, from the Department for Transport's Local...
  • business man waits for Metro with folding bike

    Can you do business without a car?

    7 September 2012
    Tom Bailey, a senior surveyor with GVA, decided to put sustainable transport in and around Tyne and Wear to the test. Could he fulfil a busy diary of business meetings and site visits using a bicycle, bus and Metro rather than a car? Find out how he got on through this link to his diary, published...
  • Improved bus routes for west Newcastle

    5 September 2012
    Nexus is launching two new bus routes to improve links between West Newcastle, the city centre and the MetroCentre. The 84 and the 84A are being introduced from Monday 17 September, providing hourly, Monday to Saturday, daytime links from the heart of Newcastle to western suburbs of the city. The...

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