Stuart Clarke
Former apprentice becomes a Nexus director
A former trainee has seen two decades of hard work come to fruition after becoming a senior director at Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne Wear Metro. Stuart Clarke has secured the role of Metro Infrastructure Director - a role which will see him head up all the maintenance and…
Graham Myers
Nexus worker joins fellow MasterChef contestants to get the nation cooking
A Nexus worker and former MasterChef contestant has joined forces with fellow foodies to get the nation cooking during lockdown. Graham Myers, a quarterfinalist on the popular BBC show, is among a host of MasterChef alumni serving up mouth-watering recipes and culinary advice for home cooks. Their…
A bus
Bus routes are kept open after £400m Government bailout
England’s buses will continue to serve those who rely on them thanks to a funding boost totalling £397 million for vital bus operators, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced today, Friday 3 April 2020. The package, agreed jointly with the bus industry, will keep key routes running to…
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Political leaders urge Government support for buses
Political leaders in North East England have written to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps warning the local bus network is in danger of collapse without urgent Government financial assistance. The letter from Cllr Martin Gannon, leader of Gateshead Council and chair of the North East Joint Transport…
Metro PID at Gateshead with a message of support for Clap for Carers campaign
Metro supports Clap for Carers campaign
The Tyne and Wear Metro is supporting the Clap for Carers campaign, which will bring together the nation tonight to thank NHS workers who are tirelessly battling the coronavirus pandemic. Information screens at 60 stations on the Metro network have a special message displayed on them to promote the…
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Further reductions to Metro services due to coronavirus
The Tyne and Wear Metro is now running a further reduced timetable due to the coronavirus pandemic. Metro services have been reduced to a 24-minute frequency from today, Monday 23 March, which means a train every 12 minutes between Pelaw and South Gosforth. No additional peak time services are…
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