- Market Street Metrolink station
Market Street Manchester Metrolink Location Place Manchester City Centre Local authority Manchester Fare zone information Metrolink Zone D (City) History Opened 1992-04-27
Northbound trams only
to Bury to Rochdale Victoria Second City Crossing Shudehill High Street Exchange Square Market Street Mosley Street Piccadilly Gardens Piccadilly St Peter's Square to Ashton-under-Lyne D'gate-Castlefield ( Deansgate) Cornbrook to MediaCityUK and Eccles Trafford Bar to East Didsbury and to Altrincham Manchester Airport UK Trams portal
Originally the stop in Market Street handled trams to Bury only, and the one around the corner in High Street handled trams from Bury only. When Market Street was closed to road traffic these stops were replaced by a new platform stop in the centre of Market Street, which handles trams in both directions. This stop opened on 10 August 1998.
Market Street is served by trams on the Bury and Altrincham lines with a tram running every 6 minutes during the day, Mondays to Saturdays, to Bury and every 12 minutes during the day, Mondays to Saturdays, to Piccadilly or Altrincham. Monday to Saturday evening and Sunday daytime journeys run every 12 minutes to Bury and to Altrincham via Piccadilly, while Sunday evening journeys run every 15 minutes.
Market Street is also located on the South Manchester Line with trams towards Victoria and St Werburgh's Road running every 12 minutes Monday-Saturdays and Sunday daytime and every 15 minutes Sunday early mornings and evenings.. Service will increase from 12 minutes to 6 minutes once the line to Central Park, Oldham Mumps and Rochdale opens. Services will extend from St Werburgh's Road to East Didsbury in 2013 and additional services will run between the city centre and Manchester Airport in 2016.
Manchester Lines - City Centre and North, (Past, Present and Future)Legend To Bury To Rochdale Moston To Oldham Bowker Vale Newton Heath Newton Heath and Moston Crumpsall Central Park To Tameside Abraham Moss;Monsall Clayton Bridge Woodlands Road Park Queens Road To Tameside Miles Platting Edge Lane Clayton Oldham Road Sportcity-Velodrome Manchester Victoria Holt Town/Sportcity-Stadium Exchange To Salford New Islington Ardwick Exchange Square/Shudehill Ashburys High Street; Manchester Piccadilly Mayfield;To South Manchester Market Street; Piccadilly Gardens To Belle Vue;Gorton Moseley Street;Oxford Road To Hyde Road St Peter's Square To Tameside Manchester Central/Deansgate-Castlefield Deansgate Liverpool Road To Salford;Cornbrook Cornbrook Pomona To Eccles Trafford Bar To Trafford Firswood To Trafford;To Altrincham To Chorlton Preceding station Manchester Metrolink Following stationtowards Altrincham Altrincham - Bury Linetowards Burytowards Piccadilly Bury - Piccadilly Linetowards St Werburgh's Road St Werburgh's Road - Victoria Linetowards Victoria Under Constructiontowards East Didsbury South Manchester Linetowards Victoriatowards Rochdale Rochdale-Manchester Linetowards Manchester Airport
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