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  • Nexus rail engineers at the event

    Nexus inspires the next generation of railway engineers

    14 November 2017
    Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has played its part in inspiring the next generation of railway engineers. A group of Nexus engineering staff joined exhibitors at the North East Exhibition for Future Engineers was held at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland....
  • 15 year old Yuri Neves records extracts from Dr King's speech

    Metro marks 50 years since Dr Martin Luther King Jr visited Newcastle

    13 November 2017
    The Tyne and Wear Metro has played its part in marking the 50th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s historic visit to Tyneside. Extracts from the speech that Dr King delivered at Newcastle University on 13 November 1967 were played across all 60 Metro stations using Metro’s public address...
  • A Metro train

    Metro to introduce new £1 flat fare for young people aged 18 and under

    9 November 2017
    Young people aged 18 and under will pay only £1 for single trips on the Tyne and Wear Metro following the proposed introduction of a new Pop Pay As You Go smartcard - Pop blue. Nexus, the public body which owns and manages Metro, is proposing to launch the Pop blue card from Tuesday January 2 to...
  • Whitley bay community garden

    Sculpture finds a new home in Metro community garden

    23 October 2017
    Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, has donated a sculpture to a community garden project in Whitley Bay. The giant wire sculpture of a moth has been presented to the Station Master’s Community wildlife garden, which is next to Whitley bay Metro station. The art...
  • New Metro bridge

    Watch new video about £5m Metro bridge scheme

    20 October 2017
    A new corporate video has been produced to showcase the £5m replacement of Killingworth Road Metro Bridge. Nexus, the public body which owns and manages Metro, replaced the bridge over the summer in what was one of the biggest engineering tasks in Metro’s 37 year history. Click here to watch the...
  • Jesmond Metro station

    Two Metro stations make Britain's top 100

    17 October 2017
    Two Metro stations have been featured in a new book titled ‘Britain’s 100 Best Railway Stations’. Tynemouth and Jesmond stations both appear in the book alongside a host of other iconic train stations across the UK. The book was written by the authoritative Simon Jenkins, a former chairman of the...
  • Peple on a Metro traon on a day out

    Metro teams up with local attractions for the October half term

    16 October 2017
    The Tyne and Wear Metro is encouraging families to get out and about during this October half term, offering a range of special offers to explore the wealth of attractions across the region.  A host of North East attractions have teamed up with Metro to offer customers exclusive deals during the...
  • Nexus managers hand over a big cheque at St Oswald's

    Nexus staff raise over £5,000 for St Oswald's Hospice

    13 October 2017
    Nexus staff have raised more than £5,000 for St Oswald’s Hospice in Newcastle. A series of fundraising events – including a sale of unclaimed Metro lost property - were held by Nexus employees after the organisation adopted St Oswald’s as its chosen charity for the year. Nexus, the public body...
  • A Metro train

    Five Metro stations are to undergo modernisation work

    2 October 2017
    Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, is to carry out modernisation work at five stations on Metro’s airport line in Newcastle, improving access for passengers with disabilities. The £300,000 scheme will see Callerton Parkway, Bank Foot, Kingston Park, Fawdon and...
  • Samuel and Lego architect Steve Mayes

    Winning Metro design is brought to life in Lego

    25 September 2017
    A talented youngster has beaten off strong competition from scores of hopefuls to see his futuristic Metrocar design brought to life using Lego. Eight year-old Samuel Kinsey, of South Shields, based his Metro design on the theme of the Lambton Worm. To tie-in with the hugely popular #BrickMetro...

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