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Church Street tram stop

Church Street Handicapped/disabled access
Location
Place Croydon
Local authority London Borough of Croydon
Operations
Managed by Tramlink
Platforms in use 1
Date opened 2000
Transport for London
Zone 3, 4, 5, 6
Total boardings and alightings
2009-2010 0.855 million[1]
2010-2011 0.968 million[2]
Transport for London
Church Street

Church Street is a tram stop for westbound Tramlink trams in central Croydon. It serves all routes, with routes 1 and 2 turning right, to continue around the 'Croydon Loop', whereas routes 3 and 4 carry on westward towards Wimbledon and Therapia Lane.

References

  1. ^ "Tram Stop Usage 2009-10 (FOI)" (XLS). Tramlink annual passenger performance 2009-2010.  
  2. ^ "Tramlink numbers 2010-2011" (PDF). Tramlink annual passenger performance 2010-2011.  

External links

  • Church Street tram stop on TheTrams.co.uk
  • Another photo of this stop

Preceding tram stop   Tramlink   Following tram stop
towards Wellesley Road
Route 1
One-way operation
Route 2
towards Wimbledon
Route 3
towards Therapia Lane
Route 4


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