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  • Metro Director with NUFC Foundation staff at Four Lane Ends

    Health checks at Four Lane Ends Interchange

    7 June 2017
    Metro passengers will be offered on the spot health checks for people in their 40s as part of a pilot scheme by two North East councils. North Tyneside Council and Newcastle City Council are working together with Nexus to encourage more members of the public to have their health checked for free...
  • Children at Kingston Park Metro station with the new Metro adventure book

    Metro adventure book helps families get out and about

    2 June 2017
    The Tyne and Wear Metro has launched a brand new free adventure book to encourage families to get out and about and explore all the fantastic things that the region has to offer. By jumping on board a Metro children can turn adventurer and enjoy a fun day out with their families while finding new...
  • Grand paents and grand children on a Metro

    Metro teams up with local attractions this half term

    25 May 2017
    Tyne and Wear Metro is encouraging families to get out and about during half term, offering a range of special offers to explore the wealth of attractions across the region. A host of popular North East attractions have teamed up with Metro to offer customers exclusive deals during the week, with...
  • 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...
  • David Gibson

    Tynemouth station celebrates the north east's first music hall star

    18 May 2017
    Tynemouth Metro station is hosting a fascinating exhibition about the North East’s first ever music hall star Ned Corvan. Supported by the Friends of Tynemouth Museum and Nexus, the exhibition has been created to publicise the forthcoming North East tour of Mr Corvan’s Music Hall, which is a full...
  • Metro and TfL staff at Central station Metro concourse

    Metro hosts a visit from Transport for London

    12 May 2017
    The Tyne and Wear Metro has hosted a knowledge sharing day with London Underground staff to boost customer care and share railway industry best practice. Nexus, the public body which owns and manages Metro, welcomed a group of 18 frontline staff, including a team who work at the busy Tower Hill...
  • Staff showcase baby on board badges at South Gosforth

    Metro launches a Baby on Board badge scheme

    8 May 2017
    The Tyne and Wear Metro has launched its own Baby on Board badges to help pregnant women get a seat when they need it. Nexus, which owns and manages Metro, has introduced the scheme to make travel on Metro that little bit easier for expectant mums. The badges are designed to overcome the...
  • 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...
  • Extra Metro services for NUFC's final home game

    4 May 2017
    Extra Metro services will be operating for Newcastle United’s final home game of the season on Sunday, May 7. Four additional trains will be in service after the game with Barnsley, which kicks off at Noon, in order to cope with the added demand. The extra trains will supplement the usual Sunday...

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