Jo Field, Board Member of Women in Transport, talks to women working in the transport sector about their experiences through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Nexus introduced ticket machines that accept card and contactless payments, as well as notes and coins, in 2013.
Modernisation of key infrastructure will ensure Tyne and Wear Metro can continue to operate reliable, safe and efficient metro services.
Research revealed that women still remain under represented in the transport sector, accounting for only 20 per cent of workers.
Nexus implemented changes to Metro’s social media so that customers can have access to more information and travel updates.
Passenger flow, experience and sense of safety will all be improved with a more reliable fleet of Metro trains, thanks to extra funding.
New technology and equipment will soon be introduced to the Tyne and Wear Metro control room as a result of their modernisation programme…
Tyne and Wear Metro has joined a number of rail and light-rail service operators in the UK in equipping some of its staff with body cameras to improve safety and curb anti-social behaviour, following a successful trial in 2017...
With the increase of card payments overtaking cash purchases, Nexus are trialling card only machines, with intent to use them at all metro stations…
Nexus, the public body which owns and manages the Tyne and Wear Metro, is to build an £8.4 million railway-skills training centre in South Shields...
12 September 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Business organisations in North East England have come together to urge the government to fund new trains for the Tyne and Wear Metro.
21 June 2017 | By Intelligent Transport
Mr Paul Patrick has been appointed as Head of Fleet Engineering at Tyne and Wear Metro Depot in Newcastle.