‘Don’t panic’ – Sheffield Supertram boss seeks to allay concerns over future of tram network  

A transport boss has sought to allay concerns over the future of Sheffield’s beloved Supertram – after it was revealed the network could be axed unless the Government stumps up £230 million. South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive said the current trams are 'coming to the end of their working life' after more than 20 years’ service but there is not currently any money set aside to replace them.
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SYPTE is set to apply for £230 million funding from the Department for Transport which would allow the tram system to keep running for another... read more

 
26 September 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 39
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