Government urged to stump up £230m for Supertram – as losing it would be a ‘disaster’

The Government is being urged to stump up the £230 million needed to secure the future of Sheffield's beloved Supertram as losing the service would be a 'disaster' for the city. South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive revealed this week that the network could be closed because the current trams are 'coming to the end of their working life' after more than 20 years’ operation and there is not currently any money set aside to rebuild parts of the system or buy new vehicles.
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26 September 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
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