How To Travel By Tram Over (What’s Left Of) Christmas And New Year

Everything you need to know about tram travel over Christmas and New Year.

If you’re hoping to go for a festive jaunt around Greater Manchester over Christmas and New Year but want to avoid driving the obvious option is to utilise our magnificent Metrolink! Services will be different to usual but fear not, we’ve done the research so you won’t be caught short at the tram stop.

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Boxing Day

Saturday service with extra trams for Manchester United v Huddersfield Town match. Access to Piccadilly Metrolink stop will be from Fairfield Street only.

December 27

Normal service.

December 28

Normal service.

December 29

Normal Saturday service.

December 30

Sunday service with extra trams for Manchester United v Bournemouth match. Trams on the Bury, Rochdale and Manchester Airport lines will be affected by planned engineering works until 8am, with replacement buses in operation.

New Year’s Eve

Saturday service with later trams. Last trams leaving Manchester city centre at around 1am.

New Year’s Day

Sunday service.

January 2

Normal service onwards.

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