Can you pay on the tram in Blackpool?

Can you pay on the tram in Blackpool?

You can now pay for your tram fare with your contactless-enabled card/device! When asking the conductor for your fare, tap your card/device on the card reader when presented, making simple travel, simpler. Read more about contactless on trams here. Don’t worry cash users, we still accept cash onboard our trams.

How do I contact Blackpool transport?

Call us. General Enquiries: 01253 473001 between 11 am and 3 pm.

Do trams run from Lytham to Blackpool?

We serve the Fylde Coast with a high frequency of buses and trams which link local communities together including Lytham, St Annes, Blackpool, Bispham, Fleetwood, Cleveleys and Poulton. Click a route to view the timetable and route map.

Where do Blackpool trams run to?

Routes. The tramway runs from Starr Gate in Blackpool in the south, to the Ferry Terminus in Fleetwood in the north, mostly along the Fylde Coast sea front, turning inland at Cleveleys for the last few miles before ending at the coast in Fleetwood.

Can I use my free bus pass on Blackpool trams?

As with the buses in Blackpool you can use your free (silver top) bus pass on the trams. Getting on and off the new trams are fine for disabled people as the tram stops boarding area are level with the entrance on and off the tram.

What time do the trams stop in Blackpool?

TRAM Timetable and Stops The TRAM light rail (Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway)) has 38 stations departing from Starr Gate (Blackpool Tramway) and ending in Fleetwood Ferry (Blackpool Tramway). TRAM light rail timetable overview: Normally starts operating at 05:00 and ends at 23:15.

Can I use my senior bus pass on Blackpool trams?

This allows free local bus and tram (in Blackpool) travel for those eligible from 9.30am until 11.00pm Monday to Friday, and all day Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, across England. You qualify for a NoWcard if you: Are an older person.

Does Blackpool still have old trams?

Excluding museums, it is one of only a few tramways in the world to still use double-decker trams. They are now operated by Blackpool Heritage Tram Tours between Pleasure Beach and North Pier as standard and can be caught at the ‘Heritage Tram Tours’ stops, identifiable by a green circular sign.

Are there still trams in Blackpool?

Since its modernisation in 2012, Blackpool has seen modern light rail trams operating along the 11 miles of coastline. With services operating up to 10 minutes in the day time the tramway is the easiest way to get around Blackpool.

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