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    A dog's eye view of Metro's snowdog trail

    13 October 2016
    Metro-loving Miniature Schnauzer Gus has captured a dog’s eye view of the Great North Snowdog trail travelling by Metro and ferry. Two-and-a-half-year-old Gus took to the Tyne and Wear Metro network with his owner and a GoPro camera strapped to his back to visit some of the 61 Snowdog sculptures...
  • two nexus rail maintenance staff

    Metro's 'orange army' scoops a prestgious rail award

    12 October 2016
    The ‘orange army’ which keeps Tyne and Wear Metro on track through winter has been honoured at a prestigious industry award ceremony. Rail maintenance staff at Nexus, which owns and manages Metro, were named Team of the Year at the Global Light Rail Awards. The prize recognises the efforts the...
  • New metro train

    Your chance to design the new Metrocars

    10 October 2016
    People of the North East are being asked to help design the next generation of Metrocars as part of an ambitious £1 billion bid to upgrade the trains, infrastructure and signalling over the next 20 years. Nexus, which owns Metro, is finalising a bid to the Department for Transport to help fund a...
  • group of engineering apprentices

    Apprentices secure permanent jobs at Nexus

    5 October 2016
    A group of engineering apprentices are celebrating this week after securing permanent jobs on the Tyne and Wear Metro system. Nexus, the public body which owns and manages Metro, has rewarded ten recruits with full time engineering jobs after they all successfully completed their three years of...
  • people on a bus

    New checks on concessionary travel will prevent misuse of the ‘bus pass’

    29 September 2016
    New checks are being introduced on buses in the North East to prevent the misuse of concessionary bus passes meant for older and disabled people. Smart ticket machines on buses operating in Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham and the Tees Valley have been programmed to indicate immediately...
  • limited edition Snowdog Pop Pay As You Go card

    Special Metro tickets to see the Snowdog trail

    26 September 2016
    The Tyne and Wear Metro has revealed a number of special ticket options to help people to get out and about to see the Great North Snowdog Trail. Limited edition  Snowdog Pop Pay As You Go cards, which include a £10 balance, are available to buy online now, click here for Nexus online store. Pop...
  • 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...
  • nexus engineer doing work

    New tracks for Metro's iconic city centre tunnels

    14 September 2016
    Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, is investing £3m in new tracks for the iconic Metro tunnels that run deep beneath the streets of Newcastle city centre. Engineers are replacing a two kilometre stretch of track between Jesmond Metro station and the QEII Metro...
  • people on a bus

    National Fraud Initiative 2016/17

    12 September 2016
    The Passenger Transport Executive (Nexus) is required by law to participate in the National Fraud Initiative’s data matching exercise to assist in the prevention and detection of fraud. This includes supplying data about concessionary travel pass holders to the Cabinet Office. If you have any...
  • metro on QE2 bridge

    Extra Metro services for the Great North Run

    9 September 2016
    Extra Metro services will be in operation for Sunday’s Great North Run - and runners and spectators  are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys and to buy tickets in advance. There will be additional Metro services will be running until around 7pm, when the timetable returns to normal...

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