New customer information screens have been installed at Sunderland station in the latest step forward in Nexus' £7 million refurbishment of platform areas.
The screens provide different levels of information - showing upcoming departures on some screens while others show train stopping points and destination.
The screens, along with new audio systems, are a key part of the Nexus project to improve the overall feel and accesability of the station, which is owned by Network rail and managed by Northern.
Nexus is investing in Sunderland - its biggest ever station refurbishment - as part of the Metro: all change programme to moderrnise the light rail network. Around three-quarters of Sunderland's two million passengers a year travel by Metro, and the station is a key city centre gateway.