Tram-train services between Sheffield and Rotherham to be disrupted today 

The first public service Train Tram arrives into Cathedral Tram stop. Picture: Marie Caley NSST-25-10-18-TraTrain-3
The first public service Train Tram arrives into Cathedral Tram stop. Picture: Marie Caley NSST-25-10-18-TraTrain-3

Tram-train services between Sheffield and Rotherham are set to be disrupted today, while engineering work is carried out on the line.  

A reduced number of tram-train services will run between Sheffield Cathedral and Rotherham Parkgate

The engineering work has been carried out on Sundays between January 13 and today. 

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Operator, Stagecoach, confirmed a revised timetable will be in operation today as a result of the engineering work, which can be found here

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The tram-train pilot project finally began running between Sheffield and Rotherham in October, three years later than originally scheduled, and cost five times the initial budget of £15 million.

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