Free trams laid on for Edinburgh's Hogmanay revellers



Free tram rides are to be laid on in Edinburgh for the first time since the controversial service began operating - for the city’s Hogmanay revellers.
Operators agreed to run the trams through the night for the first time since the network began running in 2014.
And up to 4000 passengers will be able to use the special five-hour service, which will start on the stroke of midnight.
Extra staff will be brought in to work on the trams and at tram stops to ensure the smooth-running of the extra service, which will run between Haymarket railway station and Edinburgh Airport every 20 minutes.... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 37
Source: Scotsman
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