- 1 What time do trams start in Nottingham?
- 2 Are the trams running in Nottingham tomorrow?
- 3 How long does the tram take Nottingham?
- 4 Are there trams in Nottingham?
- 5 Do Nottingham trams run all night?
- 6 What time does the tram start running Wolverhampton?
- 7 Can you pay by card on Nottingham trams?
- 8 Which Nottingham tram goes to QMC?
- 9 Are Nottingham trams Electric?
- 10 How do I cancel a tram?
What time do trams start in Nottingham?
TRAM Timetable and Stops TRAM light rail timetable overview: Normally starts operating at 05:23 and ends at 23:59. Normal operating days: everyday.
Are the trams running in Nottingham tomorrow?
All trams in this zone are running normally. Please enjoy your journey.
How long does the tram take Nottingham?
There are 15 tram stops on the branch, and the journey between Toton Lane and Nottingham railway station takes 30 minutes.
Are there trams in Nottingham?
With the addition of 17.5km of new track and 28 new stops, Nottingham’s tram line is now a network. Both routes serve all stops across the city centre: Nottingham Station, Lace Market, Old Market Square, Royal Centre and Nottingham Trent University.
Do Nottingham trams run all night?
The trams in Nottingham run until midnight on Monday to Saturday and until 11pm on Sundays, but some residents have reported hearing them rumbling by in the very small hours.
What time does the tram start running Wolverhampton?
On Monday to Saturday, there are trams: every 15 minutes between 4.45am and 7am. every 6 to 8 minutes during the day. every 15 minutes between 7pm and 0.45am.
Can you pay by card on Nottingham trams?
It means customers need to buy their ticket or validate a smart card before they board the tram – customers cannot purchase tickets on the tram. This system means that we can use all the latest smart ticketing technology and offer customers easy ways to pay their fare such as by credit and debit card.
Which Nottingham tram goes to QMC?
The Gregory Street Tram Stop, Lenton station is the nearest one to QMC Tram Stop in Nottingham.
Are Nottingham trams Electric?
Electric trams were introduced from 1901, and the last horse tram ran in 1902. The tram network in Nottingham was replaced between 1926 and 1936 by a combination of the Nottingham trolleybus system and a fleet of motor buses.
How do I cancel a tram?
Closing doors When boarding or exiting your tram, it is important to take care around doors as some can close automatically. Please always pull the cord or push the stop request button to advise the driver you would like to exit the tram. On newer trams, a flashing button denotes that the doors can be reopened.