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Travel transformed at Nottingham Station

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Nottingham Station has been transformed into a world-class interchange – a place where the city’s transport connects.

Nottingham City Council worked in partnership with Network Rail and East Midlands Trains on the £60m redevelopment scheme of Nottingham Station. This included the restoration and upgrading of the Edwardian Grade II listed building at the front of the station and a new passenger concourse, which will link the Queen’s Road Multi-Storey Car Park and new tram stop.

Complementary works were carried out by Network Rail in summer 2014 to provide an improved track layout in and around Nottingham’s multi-million pound investments in the tram network and redeveloped train station combine to create an unrivalled transport network that will give the city a significant advantage over many other destinations in the UK.

The opening of Nottingham’s extended tram network, which will travel over the transformed Nottingham Station is expected to open for passenger services in the first part of 2015. For more information on the Tram extension project please visit www.thetram.net/phasetwo
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Key benefits
  • A world-class travel interchange at the heart of the city
  • Improved travel times and better reliability
  • Improved passenger and operator facilities
  • A new attractive Southern Concourse, connecting trains, trams and the multi-storey car park
For more information on Nottingham Station’s redevelopment scheme, visit The Big Wheel
 
During Summer 2013 the biggest transformation of the railway through Nottingham since the 1960s took place providing the city with the capacity to cope with growing demand for train travel.
Benefits include:
  • A brand new platform at Nottingham Station.
  • Six miles of new track
  • 143 new signals
  • Three new signal boxes
  • Two upgraded level crossings
  • Two level crossings being replaced with footbridges
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