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NET Tram Nottingham
More trams are now running more often – from every 3-5 minutes, all day every day.
Trams run every 7-10 minutes into Nottingham from Hucknall & Phoenix Park too.
NET ‘We take great care of our trams to make them all clean and comfortable, they are 100% low floor throughout so it’s easy for buggies, wheelchairs and shopaholics with bags of stuff! We also have dedicated areas for wheelchair users and buggy parking so customers can travel safely and hassle free.’
Although trams are among the safest vehicles on road or rail please still take care when you are around them. Your comfort and safety is the number one priority for us at all times – no exceptions!
Although trams are among the safest vehicles on road or rail please still take care when you are around them.
Your comfort and safety is the number one priority for us at all times – no exceptions! By making you (our customers) and other road users aware of a few of the unique qualities of a tram line we can all stay safe and happy.
Customers and pedestrians
Trams run on metal tracks and although in public areas they are embedded into the ground the metal can become slippery, especially when wet. As with any other traffic, when crossing tracks always be aware of trams and other road users. Our drivers always sound the bell before they move away from a stop to let you know and always travel at low speeds in pedestrian areas but trams can take longer to stop. Whenever possible use designated crossings and make sure you’re not hidden by objects or traffic. Please never attempt to touch the overhead lines, these are live at all times.
Trams travel at low speeds in heavily pedestrianised areas, but can take longer to stop than you might expect. The driver will sound the horn when necessary to warn of the tram’s approach. Remember, trams are wider than the tracks. Keep small children close to you at all times.
If you’re driving a car
Please don’t obstruct the tramway – we can’t scoot round you like a car, and avoid driving directly on the tracks, particularly at speed as they can get slippery, especially when wet. Remember to always drive to the highway regulations which apply to you (trams have different signalling systems to those of cars – even on shared sections).
Just turn up and go!