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  • who's who : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    four other local authorities sit on the NET Development Board along with representatives from Nottingham Development Enterprise NDE a public sector private sector regeneration company NDE was itself set up by the two councils in partnership with other local public sector organisations and businesses The NET Development Board took over from Greater Nottingham Light Rapid Transit Ltd GNLRTL in 2001 GNLRTL was owned by the two promoting councils and NDE and was responsible for developing the scheme pushing through the necessary Act of Parliament the Greater Nottingham Light Rapid Transit Act 1994 and choosing between competing bids to build and run the system Tramway concession The Greater Nottingham Light Rapid Transit Act 1994 is what gives the promoters the City and County Councils the power to build and run NET This power is delegated first to GNLRTL and now to the NET Development Board and then by these bodies to a private company through a process of competitive tender This is refered to as a concession and the private company chosen to run the system is known as the concessionaire Arrow Light Rail and Nottingham Tram Consortium A 30 year concession to build and operate the tramway was awarded to Arrow Light Rail Ltd This is a company owned by six members of a consortium Transdev Nottingham City Transport Bombardier Carillion Galaxy and Innisfree Arrow in turn contracted construction and operation back to the consortium partners Bombardier built the trams Carillion built the infrastructure and the tramway is operated and maintained by the Nottingham Tram Consortium which is owned by Transdev and Nottingham City Transport The remaining consortium members Galaxy and Innisfree are equity investors Nottingham City Transport NCT was until 1986 a department of Nottingham City Council and the council is still the majority shareholder However Transdev has taken

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  • NET routes : Routes : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    planned Line Three Chilwell and Beeston planned city centre map Tram Stops Trams Tickets fares Services map Pictures Links Nottingham Express Transit Routes NET routes At present the NET system consists of Line One This is open from Station Street in the city to Hucknall and Phoenix Park in the north Future extensions will take the tram to Clifton in the south Line Two and to Chilwell and Beeston in

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  • Tram Stops : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    Mac OS X 10 4 0 and Linux Each stop page also has a link to Google Earth imagery of that stop Select on stop name for more details and pictures or go to the Line One page for a clickable route map Stop Location Platforms Notes Station Street reserved track 3 on two tracks Third platform face is an extension of one of the other platforms Lace Market on street shared 2 Station Street bound platform has no shelter or signs while construction work is carried out on adjacent building Old Market Square On street shared limited access 2 Royal Centre On street tram only 2 Nottingham Trent University On street tram only 2 High School On street shared 2 The Forest On street tram only 3 Third platform not normally used trams may be reversed here from either direction Noel Street On street contra flow on one way street 1 Towards Phoenix Park and Hucknall only Beaconsfield Street On street shared 1 Towards Phoenix Park and Hucknall only Shipstone Street On street shared 1 Towards Phoenix Park and Hucknall only Radford Road On street shared 1 Towards Station Street only Hyson Green Market On street shared 1 Towards Station Street only Wilkinson Street Reserved track 2 Basford Reserved track 2 David Lane Reserved track 2 Highbury Vale Reserved track 4 2 separate island platforms Highbury Vale Mainline and Highbury Vale Branch Cinderhill Reserved track 1 Phoenix Park Reserved track 2 island platform Terminus at end on single line section Bulwell Reserved track 2 Line is single track north from here Bulwell Forest Reserved track 2 Passing loop in single track section Moor Bridge Reserved track 2 Passing loop in single track section Butler s Hill Reserved track 2 Passing loop in single track section Hucknall Reserved track 2

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  • Trams : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    sides at both ends which point back along the sides of vehicle to provide the driver with a clear view of the doors and platform before starting off from a stop In addition experiments are being conducted with CCTV on the front rear of trams to record traffic offences by motorists on and near tram tracks and also inside to provide coverage of the passenger saloon for increased staff and passenger safety Fleet list Last updated 27 th August 2015 Bombardier Incentro NET s Bombardier Incentros They are made up of five articulated sections three of which have a single 4 wheel bogie making a total length of 33m 108ft The top speed is 50mph but the trams operate within road speed limits when running on street Passenger capacity is 62 seated and 129 standing Tram number Name Livery 201 Torvill and Dean 202 DH Lawrence NET centre section adverts for NUAST Nottingham University Academy of Science and Technology 203 Bendigo Thompson NET centre section advert one side only for Wilkinsons 204 Erica Beardsmore NET 205 Lord Byron NET 206 Angela Alcock All over advert for EON 207 Mavis Worthington All over advert for PayPoint 208 Dinah Minton NET 209 Sydney Standard All over advert for Nottingham City Council what s on 210 Sir Jesse Boot NET centre section adverts for Asda 211 Robin Hood All over advert for Alsthom 212 William Booth NET centre section adverts for Cosmos restaurant 213 Mary Potter 214 Dennis McCarthy NET 215 Brian Clough Alsthom Citadis NET s Citadis trams have a top speed is 50mph and a passenger capacity of 58 seated and 144 standing Tram number Name Livery 216 NET 217 Carl Froch NET 218 Jim Taylor NET 219 Alan Silitoe NET 220 Kim Helm NET 221 Stephen Lowe NET 222 NET

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  • Tickets & fares : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    companies and National Rail For example an all day TramRider ticket is just 2 40 and for only 30p more a CityRider also allows travel on Nottingham City Transport buses For more details of NET fares see the fares page Some other tram systems in the UK have experienced problems with ticket vending machines at stops and Midland Metro and Sheffield Supertram have both abandoned them in favour of conductors

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/tnf.php (2016-02-15)
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  • Services & map : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    Trams run along one way sections through Hyson Green northbound to Hucknall Phoenix Park services call at Noel Street Beaconsfield Road and Shipstone Street while southbound to Station Street trams call at Radford Road and Hyson Green Market Although the Phoenix Park diverges at Highbury Vale passengers changing from Hucknall trams to Phoenix Park trams are advised by NET to do so at David Lane This is because there are seperate platforms at Highbury Vale for each branch which are seperated by a short walk across an open space This information is understood to be correct as at 21 7 07 but times and frequencies may change at any time without notice and you are advised to check details before travel with NET Information from NET For a geographicaly based map see the Routes page Service frequencies Monday Friday Early morning 06 00 07 15 Daytime 07 15 18 30 Evening 18 30 00 00 Station Street Hucknall 20 12 20 Station Street Phoenix Park 20 12 20 Combined frequency Station Street Highbury Vale 10 5 6 10 Saturday Early morning 06 00 08 00 Daytime 08 00 18 20 Evening 18 20 00 00 Station Street Hucknall 20 10 20 Station Street Phoenix Park 20 10 20 Combined frequency Station Street Highbury Vale 10 5 10 Sunday Early morning 08 00 10 30 Daytime 10 30 18 00 Evening 18 00 23 00 Station Street Hucknall 30 15 30 Station Street Phoenix Park 30 15 30 Combined frequency Station Street Highbury Vale 15 7 8 15 First and last trams Monday Friday Saturday Sunday First tram Last tram First tram Last tram First tram Last tram Station Street Hucknall 06 00 00 00 06 00 00 00 08 00 23 00 Station Street Phoenix Park 06 10 00 10

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  • Links : Nottingham Express Transit : TheTrams.co.uk
    Home Routes Tram Stops Trams Tickets fares Services map Pictures Links NET NET partners more links Nottingham Express Transit Links There are three links sections NET official NET websites NET partners Nottingham Tram Consortium partners and other organisations involved in the development and operation of NET More links enthusiast websites pressure groups To report a broken link or to request a link from TheTrams co uk contact us at copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/links/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Station Street tram stop : NET : TheTrams.co.uk
    Trams Tickets fares Services map Pictures Links Nottingham Express Transit Tram Stops Station Street Line Location Opening date number of platforms Line One reserved track 9th March 2004 3 Station Street is the most substantial stop on the route and the only one that could qualify as a station It sits on part of the old Great Central Railway viaduct opposite Nottingham Midland station before the closure of the Great Central the viaduct continued over the Midland Railway s platforms If the NET is extended as planned a new viaduct will be built across the platforms There are stairs and a lift to ground level a waiting area with proper seats and a footbridge which connects with the back entrance to the railway station and its platform overbridge Railway staff with portable ticket machines are now located here Pictures Station Street from ground level in Trent Street The footbridge connection to the main line station can be seen in the background 24 03 2004 000090 Platform level at Station Street The waiting area is in the centre left of the picture 24 03 2004 000091 Night view of Station Street stop taken from Station Street The tram line follows the viaduct off to the right The original railway viaduct crossed the street off picture to the left and continued over Midland Station now there is a pedestrian footbridge linking the tram stop with the station 30 08 2004 000796 The viaduct at Station Street looking towards the city 07 10 2004 000947 Waiting area at Station Street 08 03 2005 001317 Daytime view of Station Street from street level 08 02 2005 001318 The former Station Street stop seen from its replacement Nottingham Station stop 25 08 2015 003573 The former Station Street stop looking towards the city centre 25

    Original URL path: http://www.thetrams.co.uk/net/stops/Station_Street (2016-02-15)
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