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Transforming the railway around Nottingham
With the completion of work on the signalling and track around Nottingham station, work has moved to the redevelopment of Nottingham station to create a transport hub for the East Midlands.
The £150m project will improve reliability, reduce delays and create the capacity to cope with increasing numbers of passengers.
Nottingham’s tram operator, NET, is building a bridge over the railway. A new stop on the bridge will be accessible from both sides of the station.
The bridge will link the new southern concourse with the main concourse and the multi-storey car park which opened last year.
Work on the roads outside the station will improve pedestrian access and create a new taxi rank.
The current concourse is being refurbished and a new ticket office built.
The porch, currently home to the taxi rank, will be converted for passenger use with new glazing, flooring and cafes.
A new southern concourse will be built to serve the new tram stop.
The station exterior and the buildings along the platforms will be cleaned and refurbished - glass panels will be added to the canopies to brighten up the platforms.
We've rebuilt the railway around Nottingham to improve the performance, reliability and safety of the East Midlands rail network. The work included:
Re-laying the track at Mansfield junction
The new layout for Mansfield junction under construction
Nottinham station from Wilford Road
West end of Nottingham station
View from the station towards Wilford Road
View from the station towards Wilford Road at night