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As Nottingham prepares to host a national celebration to honour the armed services, the city’s tram network is gearing up to help tens of thousands of people join in the festivities.
To make way for the parade and other activities, tram services will terminate at Royal Centre from the start of service until around 2pm on Saturday 29th June. A replacement bus shuttle service will be in operation from Upper Parliament Street to Station Street for customers travelling on to Nottingham railway station.
Regular users of Nottingham’s tram network can now save money on fares by purchasing a 30-day ticket over the internet.
The new online option is open to all customers and follows the success of online Student Tickets, which are also being revised.
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Where does the tram run?
The tram line runs from Hucknall (near to the M1 junction 27) and Phoenix Park (just a minute from M1 junction 26) into Nottingham City Centre and terminating at the rail station. It takes under 30 minutes from Hucknall into the City Centre and just 20 minutes from Phoenix Park.
The tram runs past a number of key destinations including Bulwell and the Forest Recreational Ground, as well as Nottingham Trent University, Royal Centre, and the City's main shopping districts. For more information click here.
Does the tram connect with buses and trains?
Yes. There are a number of buses and trains that connect with the tram network at various points along the route. Many buses allow you to connect with the tram to continue your journey while the rail services allow onward travel to great destinations like London. For more information click here.
How much does the tram cost?
There are a range of tickets available to best suit the way you travel. Tickets can be bought on the tram from one of our friendly conductors for just £1.70 single or £3.20 for travel all day. The greatest savings are made by popping into your local PayPoint retailer and buying either a weekly or monthly ticket which can make travel as little as £1.27 a day. They also have great options for the less frequent travellers, students and kids. For more information click here.
When does the tram run?
The trams run from around 6am to midnight Monday to Saturday and from around 8am to 11pm on Sundays. During the middle of the day and at peak times trams are upto every 10 minutes from the Park and Glide sites and upto every 5 minutes in the City Centre. For more information click here.