Nottingham Express Transit

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Nottingham Express Transit

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Info
Locale Nottingham
Transit type Tram[1]
Number of lines 2
Number of stations 51
Website www.thetram.net
Operation
Began operation 9 March 2004 (2004-03-09)
Operator(s) Nottingham Trams Ltd.
Number of vehicles 15 Bombardier Incentro AT6/5
22 Alstom Citadis 302
Technical
System length 32 km (20 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification Overhead line (750 V DC)
Top speed 50 mph (80 km/h)
Route map
Hucknall
Butler's Hill
Moor Bridge
Bulwell Forest
Bulwell
Phoenix Park
Cinderhill
(single track)
Highbury Vale
David Lane
Basford
Wilkinson Street
Wilkinson Street Depot
Shipstone Street
Radford Road
Beaconsfield Street
Hyson Green Market
Noel Street
The Forest
High School
Nottingham Trent University
Royal Centre
Old Market Square BSicon BUS.svg
Lace Market
Broadmarsh
(proposed)
Station Street
(closed)
Nottingham
Grantham and
Lincoln lines
Nottingham Station
Phase two
Meadows Way West
Queens Walk
NG2
Meadows Embankment
Wilford Village
Wilford Lane
Gregory Street
Compton Acres
Ruddington Lane
Queen's Medical Centre
Silverdale
(proposed)
University of Nottingham
Southchurch Drive
Rivergreen
Clifton Centre
Holy Trinity
Summerwood Lane
Clifton South
University Boulevard
Middle Street
Beeston Town Centre BSicon BUS.svg Beeston
Chilwell Road
High Road – Central College
Cator Lane
Bramcote Lane
Eskdale Drive
Inham Road
Toton Lane
Midland Main Line Right arrow London & Derby

Nottingham Express Transit (or in short NET) is a light-rail tramway in the Nottingham area in England. The first line opened to the public on 9 March 2004. It cost £200 million to construct. It took 16 years from the first idea of the system until it was built. It is operated by Nottingham Tram Consortium, a 50:50 partnership between Transdev and Nottingham City Transport.

References[change | change source]

  1. "World Systems List". LRTA. Archived from the original on 21 September 2015. Retrieved 21 September 2015. 
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