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Free Wi-Fi Launched Across Manchester Metrolink Network

This week Transport for Greater Manchester has introduced a free Wi-Fi service for passengers across all 94 trams on its Manchester Metrolink service. It will also be available onboard the 20 free Metroshuttle buses that link the main rail stations, car parks, shopping areas and businesses in the city centre. Free to use wifi is […]

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Route Gives Substance to Rail Media

After outdoor advertising research body Postar re-launched as Route earlier this year, the first figures for rail advertising sites have been compiled, joining existing marketing studies on roadside, bus and the London Underground. Presenting an analysis of railway advertising has been made possible through a combination of GPS, passenger and observational data, working to produce […]

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The South Manchester Metrolink Turns Up Three Months Early

Tracing back to the 1990s, Manchester’s overground Metrolink light railway has since been subjected to a series of updates intended to strengthen and extend the city’s public transport network into its outser suburbs. Now juggling a circulation of 6 branch lines emerging from the centre of Manchester, Transport for Greater Manchester’s system offers connections between […]

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The Slow Journey Towards High Speed UK Trains

HS2 (High Speed 2), a new rail network aiming to shave off tens of minutes from train journeys nationwide, recently received the all-clear from the government. Quashing opposition and environmental concerns, the green light has been given, meaning that our Victorian railway system will finally be able to connect with 21st century living.Sadly, we won’t […]

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