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Hucknall Road roundabout Station Chilwell tram A453 Ring Road plans

Nottingham is investing in a number of high profile projects over the next couple of years which will deliver a truly world-class integrated transport system.

Not only will these projects contribute to the city’s growth, attract inward investment, and increase local employment and regeneration opportunities, but also make Nottingham one of the most integrated transport networks in the country outside London.

A good quality transport system is essential for improving quality of life, as more and more people travel on trams, trains and buses to get to their places of study or work. 
The current investments in transport and the city’s clear vision will help Nottingham reinforce its position as a leader in public transport and support the economic growth of the city. 
Nottingham City Council and its partners have been working hard to co-ordinate the construction and works activities on current major transport projects to minimise disruption and ensure long term gains.
Expanding Nottingham’s Tram Network

The multi-million pound project to extend Nottingham’s tram service to the south and south west of the city to Chilwell via the QMC and Beeston and Clifton via Wilford, and directly link with train services.

A453 improvements

Work on long awaited major improvements to widen a seven mile stretch of the A453 between M1 Junction 24 and the A52 Nottingham Ring Road started in January 2013.

Ring Road (A6514)

Work started this summer on a £16.2m improvement scheme for Nottingham’s Ring Road (A6514), the busiest and most important route in the city.

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