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Bus services in South Shields switch to the town's new transport interchange
Bus services in South Shields switched to the town’s new £21m transport interchange from Sunday August 4. This means that there will be changes to routes and bus stops used in the centre of South Shields, and to timetables. Customers can get more information about this at www.nexus.org.uk/bus. Bus…
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Greggs to open new shop at South Shields £21m Interchange
Greggs is to open a new shop at South Shields’ £21m transport interchange. The popular food-to-go chain, which has outlets across the UK, has taken the principle unit in the new interchange building as it continues to focus on transport locations, including motorways and trains stations. South…
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South Shields £21m Interchange delivers a step change in quality
A new £21m transport interchange in South Shields opened its doors for the first time on Sunday, August 4, heralding a transformation in facilities for local public transport users. Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, took over the management of the new…
Leader, Chief Executive, Lead Member for Housing and Transport for South Tyneside Council, Nexus, Bowmer and Kirkland and Muse Developements inside South Shields Interchange
Transport Interchange reaches final destination
A multi-million pound transport interchange in South Tyneside will welcome its first passengers this weekend. The £21million facility in South Shields, which incorporates a modern bus station and relocated Metro station, is to open to the public on Sunday morning. The statement building, which is…
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Advance information for Great North Runners and spectators
Are there any changes to bus, Metro and Shields Ferry services for runners and spectators travelling home from this year’s Great North Run? No – You will see the same public transport as last year, with the same high frequency bus services leaving from near the finish line, and Metro and the Ferry…
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Nexus announces £10,000 fundraising drive for Alzheimer's Society
Nexus, the public body which runs the Tyne and Wear Metro, has today announced a £10,000 fundraising mission in aid of Alzheimer’s Society. Every year the one thousand-strong Nexus workforce selects a charity to support and holds a series of fundraising events to raise money for that particular…
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£10m to upgrade transport systems in North East England
Improvements to cycleways and bus routes are set to appear across the North East thanks to £10million of funding announced during the Chancellor’s Spring Statement. Over half of the funding will provide improvements for cyclists, with new route connections in Newcastle and Sunderland, as well as…
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Air quality consultation gets underway
The local councils of Newcastle, North Tyneside and Gateshead have launched a consultation on proposals to tackle the problem of air pollution caused by road vehicles. This includes suggestions around charging both private cars and commercial vehicles. This is an important consultation that affects…
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First electric buses for North East England
Electric buses will be appearing on the streets of North East England for the first time thanks to a successful funding bid by Nexus and Go North East. Buses minister Nusrat Ghani MP has announced funding for nine full electric zero emission buses which will operate between Newcastle and Gateshead…
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