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Fieldway tram stop

Fieldway
Location Lodge Lane, New Addington,
Croydon
United Kingdom
Operated by Tramlink
Platforms 2
Construction
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone London fare zones 3, 4, 5 and 6
History
Opened 2000
Traffic
Passengers (2009–10) 0.424 million total boardings and alightings[1]
Passengers (2010–11) 0.455 million total boardings and alightings[2]

Fieldway tram stop is a light rail stop serving the Fieldway residential area of New Addington, in the London Borough of Croydon in the southern suburbs of London. It is adjacent to a northbound bus stop on the A2022 Lodge Lane.

Contents

  • Services 1
  • Connections 2
  • Layout 3
  • References 4

Services

The tram stop is served by Tramlink route 3, which connects Wimbledon with New Addington via central Croydon.

Connections

London Buses routes 62; 314; T32 serve the tram stop.

Layout

Side Platform
Eastbound Route 3 towards New Addington
Westbound Route 3 towards Wimbledon
Side Platform
Preceding tram stop   Tramlink   Following tram stop
towards Wimbledon
Route 3
towards New Addington

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.  


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