Local Tram Stops

The tram stops are located in ideal situations across the city. If you are commuting, shopping or getting a connecting train there is a convenient stop for you.

Select from the drop down below to download a detailed map of each stop.

Where does the tram run?

Where does the tram run?

The tram runs from Hucknall (near to the M1 junction 27) and Phoenix Park (just a minute from M1 junction 26) into Nottingham City Centre and on to the train station. It takes less than 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 areas.

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 train services allow onward travel to great destinations like London. For more information click here.

Is there secure cycle parking facilities at tram stops?

Citycard Cycle Hubs

Citycard Cycle Hub facilities will be available at both the Toton Lane and Clifton South Park & Ride sites, and are already available at four existing Park & Ride sites (see list of sites below).

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Secure, covered bicycle cages are available at:

  • Bulwell
  • Hucknall
  • Phoenix Park
  • Wilkinson Street

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They feature:

  • 24 hour access
  • CCTV
  • Citycard activated lockers
  • Cycle stands
  • Security lighting

You can also continue your daily commute using Citycard Cycle hire from Cycle Hubs around the city centre.

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