News

Viewing 1-10 of 94 (All) results | 10 | 50 | 100
  • North Shields Ferry landing

    Shields Ferry landings undergo structural repairs

    25 May 2017
    The Shields Ferry’s two landings on the River Tyne are undergoing important structural repair work. Both the South Shields and the North Shields ferry landings are getting parts of their steelwork replaced and repaired as part of a £300,000 maintenance project. Nexus, the public body which owns and...
  • Promo staff with a giant Pop card

    Pop Pay As You Go cards are made FREE to obtain

    23 May 2017
    The Pop Pay As You Go card is now free to obtain for travel on the Tyne and Wear Metro and bus routes across North East England. Using a Pop Pay As You Go smart card saves passengers money on every trip they make on Metro, and the card can also be used to buy tickets on all local buses in North...
  • TV's George Clarke on the Ferry

    TV star George Clarke takes a Shields Ferry trip

    5 May 2017
    Channel 4’s restoration man George Clarke has taken a trip on the Shields Ferry. TV star George, a renowned architect who hails from Sunderland, took a break from filming his hit show, Amazing Spaces, to take a tour on board the Spirit of the Tyne on Thursday May 4. The trip was specially arranged...
  • Grandparents and kid on a Metro

    Public transport information for the Easter weekend

    11 April 2017
    Public transport information for the Easter weekend Metro: Metro services will be in operation across the Easter weekend. On Good Friday, 14 April, and Easter Monday, 17 April, Sunday timetables will be in place on the Metro system. Easter Saturday, 15 April, and Easter Sunday, 16 April, the usual...
  • Spirit of the Tyne ferry on the water

    Spirit of the Tyne celebrates ten years of service

    1 March 2017
    The newer of the River Tyne’s two passenger ferries is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Spirit of the Tyne was officially named by Her Royal Highness Princess Anne at South Shields Ferry landing on March 1, 2007. Nexus, the public body which owns and operates the cross-Tyne Shields Ferry,...
  • Pride of the Tyne

    Shields Ferry fares to offer bigger savings in 2017

    8 December 2016
    Shields Ferry fares in 2017 are to offer bigger savings for customers with a Pop Pay As You Go smartcard, while most other tickets are coming down or are being frozen in price. Nexus, the public body which owns and operates the cross-Tyne service, is introducing a 20p saving on single Ferry tickets...
  • Christmas and New Year public transport in Tyne and Wear

    28 November 2016
    Nexus has produced a handy guide to when public transport is operating in and around Tyne and Wear this Christmas and New Year. You can download our guide from this page. It provides a quick reference to when bus, Metro, Shields ferry and local rail services are operating, as well as opening hours...
  • Two people with snow dog sculpture

    Metro's little Snowdog joins the trail in Sunderland

    19 October 2016
    The Tyne and Wear Metro’s very own little Snowdog has been on a whistle stop tour of some of the top sights and attractions in Sunderland. Nexus, who have named their little Snowdog ‘Gooch’, are principal sponsors of the Great North Snowdog trail – the region’s biggest ever public art event which...
  • shields ferry and RNLI boat

    Shields Ferry hosts emergency training exercise

    13 October 2016
    A training exercise has been held on the River Tyne to practice a multi-agency response to a fire on board the Shields Ferry. The exercise, which took place on Wednesday 12 October, was a chance for the emergency services and the Ferry crew to co-ordinate their response in the event of a major...
  • Managing Director of Nexus with snow dog sculpture

    Great North Snowdogs take over Metro

    19 September 2016
    The Metro system is to play a key part in Tyne and Wear’s biggest ever mass participation public art event – Great North Snowdogs. The colourful Snowdog trail will see 61 individually designed Snowdog sculptures displayed in local parks and open spaces - and almost all are in easy reach of a Metro...

Pages