The Tyne and Wear Metro in the North East of England has warned it may need more funding to keep trains running if passenger numbers fall further.
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Steve Holden will take over as the company's CEO with immediate effect, taking over control of the company from Steve Wakeland.
Nexus hopes that the new technology will shift the metro to a more contactless system - something which has become crucial for all transit systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Modernisation of key infrastructure will ensure Tyne and Wear Metro can continue to operate reliable, safe and efficient metro services.
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.
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