The award winning Tram Train connects Rotherham and Sheffield, running between Rotherham Parkgate and Cathedral, via Rotherham Town Centre.
There are up to 3 services an hour from Rotherham Parkgate to Sheffield Cathedral via the Supertram route to Meadowhall South / Tinsley and then via Rotherham Central station to a brand new tram stop at Parkgate Shopping.
There is dedicated parking spaces for Tram Train customers within Parkgate retail park, and there is no charge for this parking. Please note that parking facilities outside of these dedicated parking spaces are subject to the parking terms and conditions of Parkgate retail park. This includes terms of maximum stay.
There are a range of tickets available in both the Sheffield and Rotherham fare zones that allow travel on the Supertram network, Tram Train and buses. English National Concessionary Travel Scheme (ENCTS) passes are also valid on Tram Train.
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About Tram Train
Since October 2018, passengers in South Yorkshire are the first in the country to benefit from the innovative Tram Train pilot. The special tram-type vehicles use pioneering technology to run on both Sheffield's tramlines and the rail network to Rotherham.
Funded by the Department for Transport, the industry pilot is a partnership between South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE), Network Rail and Stagecoach Supertram, to test the connectivity and economic potential of Tram Train technology to see if it can be used elsewhere. The pioneering project brings together innovation, state-of-the-art technology and the existing rail and tram infrastructures to give passengers better journeys.
A year after its launch, the Tram Train marked its one millionth passenger, celebrated a 100% customer satisfaction rate and received recognition from the global rail sector at the prestigious Global Light Rail Awards. Transport partners leading the project were presented with the 'Team of the Year' award with the scheme itself receiving Highly Commended in the 'Project of the Year' category.
The scheme supports the Rotherham Partnership Plan, which sets out ambitions for the future vision of the town, known as "game changers". By expanding Rotherham's transport network, the Tram Train scheme contributes to growing skills and employment in the borough and developing the town centre.