What time does NCTX close?
From Tuesday 4th May, our Travel Centre will be open between 08:30 and 17:00 on Mondays to Fridays and 10:00 and 15:30 on Saturdays. For everyone’s safety: Please top up your Easyrider online or by calling 0115 950 60 70 or use the NCTX Buses app, if you can.
How do buses work in Nottingham?
Each bus stop is located in a Zone and the price you pay is a set fare based on the Zone you board the bus and present your contactless card or device, not the distance you travel. For the majority of our customers, all of your journeys will be in Zone A, which is the Greater Nottingham area (see below).
Who owns Nottingham City Transport?
Who Owns NCT? NCT was ‘privatised’ in 1986 and Nottingham City Council held 100% equity of the company until 2000, when Transdev PLC the UK arm of the French multi national transport operator acquired an effective 18% stake in the company.
Can I use my bus pass on Park and Ride in Nottingham?
Use of bus passes? Most of the Nottingham P&R sites are only served by Trams on which you can only used a concessionary bus pass issued by Nottingham City Council or Nottinghamshire County Council for free travel on trams.
Is Nottingham City Transport open?
We’re now open from 08:00 – 17:00 on weekdays and 10:30 – 16:00 on Saturdays. If you can top up on our website at www.nctx.co.uk/easyrider or over the phone by calling 0115 950 60 70, we’d appreciate you continuing to do so.
How do I complain about the NCT?
Alternatively, you may lodge your complaint by phone directly with the Customer Service Department on (01) 413 5994. You may do this by detailing your complaint in full on a Complaint Form (QP 009/1) which can be obtained from the Test Centre or by phone from the Customer Service Department.
What transport is in Nottingham?
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) operate the majority of bus services in the city. NCT was the first transport operator in the UK to use RFID technology for its EasyRider bus passes, introduced in 2000. Trent Barton operate some local services around Nottingham and to other towns such as Beeston, Mansfield and Derby.
What Colour are buses in Nottingham?
Routes and buses are branded by colour, the main colour of the buses changing from the original green to silver. The company also operates night buses in Nottingham on Friday and Saturday nights. The N4 and N34 run hourly, every night to Nottingham Trent University, the University of Nottingham and Beeston.
When did Nottingham first get trams?
1878. The Nottingham and District Tramways Company’s first routes were opened on Thursday 17th September 1878, operating with horse buses. Two services operated, both starting at St Peter’s Church with one running to Trent Bridge and one to London Road via Station Street.
Why Nottingham Old Market Square?
Why Nottingham? A focal point for residents and visitors, Old Market Square is where friends meet, shoppers have a rest, and many great days and nights begin. It is the largest public space in the UK after London’s Trafalgar Square and is a major hub for the city’s social scene and transport links.
How do I contact Nottingham City Transport?
Call. 0115 950 60 70. Mondays to Fridays: 08:00 – 18:00. Saturdays: 09:00 – 17:00. Sundays: Closed. Email. [email protected] Write to us. Nottingham City Transport.
How much does it cost to Park in Nottingham city centre?
Contract parking is available for just £108 per month, for more information call 0115 876 1444 between Monday to Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm. Or email [email protected]
Where can I Park with a blue badge in Nottingham?
There are Blue Badge parking spaces in other locations that enable Blue Badge holder’s to park for free for up to 4 hours in Curzon Street, Sneinton Market Square, Nottingham Arena, Motorpoint Arena (3 hours free parking) and Nottingham Castle Car Parks, in on-street parking bays and park on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours.