Nottingham tram

External view of Lakeside Arts building with a tram driving past 

Nottingham Express Transit’s (NET) tram service links University Park campus directly to Nottingham city centre - including Nottingham train station. 

Line Three of the tram service includes two stops on University Boulevard - at the South Entrance to University Park, as well as adjacent to the Highfields Sports Ground.

The line - which extends to Beeston, a notable student area, and finishes in Toton - also serves Queen's Medical Centre and King's Meadow Campus.

For a full list of stops, visit the NET website.


NET offers a number of ticket options and ways to buy. You can buy a tram ticket or top up your MANGO card at the ticket machines located at every tram stop. Visit the NET website for more details, including student fares.

Please note, all tram travel is 'buy before you board', so to avoid a penalty fare please ensure you buy a ticket or validate your travel pass before getting on a tram.

The University of Nottingham has teamed up with NET to offer staff 15% off annual tram passes purchased through salary deduction. Find out more.

Tram safety tips

The tram operator is asking pedestrians, drivers and cyclists to stay safe near the tram lines.

Cycling near the tram

Tram safety tips

You can find more guidance and advice on the NET website.




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