Royal Centre tram stop

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Royal Centre
NET tram stop
Royal Centre tram stop (geograph 2889313).jpg
Royal Centre tram stop
Coordinates52°57′19″N 1°09′08″W / 52.955242°N 1.152112°W / 52.955242; -1.152112Coordinates: 52°57′19″N 1°09′08″W / 52.955242°N 1.152112°W / 52.955242; -1.152112
Owned byNottingham Express Transit
Line(s)NET Line 1
NET Line 2
Structure typeAt grade; in street
Disabled accessYes
Preceding station   Nottingham Express Transit Nottingham Express Transit   Following station
Old Market Square
towards Chilwell
  Line 1   Trent University
towards Hucknall
Old Market Square
towards Clifton
  Line 2   Trent University
towards Phoenix Park

Royal Centre is a tram stop of Nottingham Express Transit (NET) in the centre of the city of Nottingham. It derives its name from the adjacent Theatre Royal and the Royal Concert Hall. The stop is also close to the Cornerhouse, the Victoria Centre and the Newton Building of Nottingham Trent University, although much of the university's City Campus is closer to the Nottingham Trent University stop.[1][2][3]

The stop is located on a section of Goldsmith's Street, between Talbot Street and Wollaton Street. The section was closed to normal traffic when the stop was installed in 2003, allowing trams to stop without blocking other road users. The tram stop has side platforms. A trailing crossover just to the north of the stop permits the termination of southbound trams in the stop, if circumstances prevent them continuing further into the city centre.[1]

The tram stop opened on 9 March 2004, along with the rest of NET's initial system.[1]

With the opening of NET's phase two, Royal Centre 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.[4][5]



  1. ^ a b c "Nottingham Express Transit : Tram Stops : Royal Centre". Archived from the original on 26 August 2015. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  2. ^ Election Maps (Map). Ordnance Survey. Retrieved 18 August 2015. Viewed for appropriate area with unitary authority ward boundaries and names selected.
  3. ^ "City site" (PDF). Nottingham Trent University. Retrieved 20 August 2015.
  4. ^ "Extending your Tram Service" (PDF). Nottingham Express Transit. Archived (PDF) from the original on 7 August 2015. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  5. ^ "Nottingham Express Transit Phase 2 opens". Railway Gazette. DVV Media UK Ltd. 25 August 2015. Archived from the original on 28 August 2015. Retrieved 25 August 2015.

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