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Radford Road tram stop

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Line(s)  NET Line 1 NET Line 2
Opened  2004
Tracks  1
Disabled access  Yes
Platforms in use  1
Radford Road tram stop
Owned by  Nottingham Express Transit
Structure type  At grade; on street track
Address  Nottingham NG7 5GP, United Kingdom
Owner  Nottingham Express Transit
Similar  Beaconsfield Street tram stop, Shipstone Street tram stop, Hyson Green Market tra, The Forest tram stop, Bulwell Forest tram stop

Radford Road is a tram stop on Nottingham Express Transit (NET), in the city of Nottingham suburb of Hyson Green. The tram stop opened on 9 March 2004, along with NET's initial system. It is located on a one way section of the tramway, and is served only by southbound trams; the nearest northbound stop is the Beaconsfield Street tram stop. The tram stop is located on street track in Radford Road and has a single side platforms flanking the single track.

With the opening of NET's phase two, Radford Road is now on the common section of the NET, where line 1, between Hucknall and Chilwell, and line 2, between Phoenix Park and Clifton, operate together. Trams on each line run at frequencies that vary between 4 and 8 trams per hour, depending on the day and time of day, combining to provide up to 16 trams per hour on the common section.

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Radford Road tram stop Wikipedia


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