Tramlink Nottingham

Service Status

Significant travel disruption



No service between David Lane and The Forest

Service Update 09:40. Due to an emergency situation, we have no service running between The Forest and David Lane. Trams running from Hucknall and Phoenix Park will terminate at David Lane. Trams running from Toton Lane and Clifton South will terminate at The Forest. NCT Yellow line buses are accepting our tickets and passes. These bus stops can be found close to David Lane and Bulwell. And also outside TK Maxx on Milton Street in the city center. EMR trains are accepting our tickets and passes between Hucknall, Bulwell and Nottingham Station. For more detailed bus information, please click on the followinf link -

Tramlink Nottingham

Over a decade of private investment to keep the tram on track

Tramlink has been the private investment partner in the Nottingham Tram since 2011, helping to build, maintain and operate this most vital piece of the city's infrastructure.


In keeping the tram on track for the last decade, Tramlink has bought not only the investment but also private sector expertise to the tabel-backed by leading global investors Meridiam, and major UK transportation companies like Alstom and Keolis, the Tramlink consortium brings a wealth of experience and best-practice from a range of global infrastructure and transport projects.  


More than just a transport network


The tram plays a crucial role in keeping Nottingham residents and businesses moving but it also offers more than just a transport network. Through continued investment and a wide range of partnerships and initiatives, Tramlink are harnessing the power of the tram as an "enabler" for Nottingham's future growth, prosperity and green ambitions;


A driver of green growth


The tram offers green transport for millions of passengers every year, and we are proud to be a key part of the city's ambition in becoming the first carbon neutral city in the UK by 2028.  As well as being powered by 100% green, renewable energy, we are also working with businesses and partners across the city to help with their sustainable travel plans.


Bringing local people together


As a local infrastructure asset, business, and employer, we are committed to playing our role in the communities we serve - from providing jobs, skills and training opportunities to supporting local schools, charities and good causes.


Supporting businesses and the local economy


The tram is vital in supporting mobility and stimulating business across Nottingham as one of the UK's fastest growing economies, a major tourist destination, and one of the UK's leading student hubs. We are building this further through a range of initiatives to support the local economy-our Workbytram scheme helps to give local employers the best price in tram travel; we have partnered with a range of sectors such as hospitality, retail and the emergency services to offer discounted travel; and regularly sponsor employment events to help residents back into work.


Read our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plan for further details on how we are supporting Nottingham's green growth ambitions and how the tram will continue making a difference to our customers, local communities, businesses and the environment.


Find out more and contact us


For all the latest news and further details on Tramlink, visit our LinkedIn page, our Twitter Page or email us at 




Travel Essentials


Network Information

Explore the entire tram network

Our network information page provides details of our full network including zones, specific tram stop information and frequency guides.

It also provides service status information should we be experiencing any delays.


Park & Ride

Find your nearest Park & Ride

Open 7 days a week, our sites are cleaned daily and patrolled by staff as well as monitored by CCTV. Park Mark approval means those sites have met the national standard for UK car parks that have low crime and measures in place to ensure the safety of people and vehicles.

There are disabled and parent and child spaces close by and cycle hubs and electric vehicle charging points at some sites.



Download our timetable

Our tram service operates a "turn up and go" service, with trams from every 7 minutes during the week (every 3 minutes within the City Centre) and from every 10 minutes at weekends and bank holidays.  Displays at every stop will let you know when the next tram is due to arrive.




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Call: 0115 824 6060

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