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The Sheffield Super Tram

Stagecoach Supertram has been offering the city of Sheffield because 1994 and we satisfaction ourselves on a clean, quiet and reliable solution.

We have three cable car routes, which give you easy access to one of the most preferred places around the city.

Plan your trip now with our simple tool, which will use you the ideal courses as well as tickets for your trip. When asked for a course number, usage SCREAM, PURP or BLUE.

Learn more about our services in Sheffield here.

Sheffield Super Tram

You could additionally read through the different areas below to learn even more about Supertram as well as just how we could assist make your trips around Sheffield terrific.

You can also browse our Sheffield resources page here

And please get in touch if you can’t find what you require!

Complying with a legislative act in 1985 authorising the plan, the Supertram line was built by the South Yorkshire Traveler Transportation Executive (SYPTE) at a cost of ₤ 240 million, as well as opening up in stages in 1994/95. It was run by South Yorkshire Supertram Limited, an entirely possessed subsidiary firm of SYPTE. In December 1997, the business was offered to Stagecoach for ₤ 1.15 million. Stagecoach obtained the concession to maintain as well as run the Supertram cable cars until 2024. [6] Patronage has actually expanded from 7.8 million traveler trips in 1996/97, to 15.0 million in 2011/12. In 2016/17 it carried 12.6 million passengers.

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There are 3 courses radiating from Sheffield city centre to Middlewood (north west), Meadowhall (north east) and Halfway (south east), with short branches to Malin Bridge and Herdings Park, giving a complete system length of 18 miles. There is a 5– 10 minute daytime frequency on each route, with cross-city services on three colour-coded lines (Blue, Purple and Yellow). Extensions are prepared to Rotherham (from Meadowhall), Dore (south west), Hellaby (east) and Ranmoor (west).

Resources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheffield_Supertram

https://www.stagecoachbus.com/supertram

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