Train operator Nexus have announced the Tyne and Wear Metro timetables for the upcoming New Year period.
The service changes began on Christmas Eve and although the majority of days will see regular weekday service, some exceptions will be in place up to, and including, Monday, January 2. After this date normal service will resume across the region.
Anyone looking for live updates throughout the period should head to the Metro’s Twitter account.
When is the Tyne and Wear Metro running over New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day?
New Year’s Eve will see the whole metro system run a Saturday service until around 10pm, when a 30 minute service will run until the majority of services end just after midnight. A 15 minute service will also run between Pelaw and South Gosforth to help North East residents get across Newcastle to celebrate the beginning of 2023 with their loved ones.
No metro service will run on New Year’s Day, while the bank holiday on Monday (January 2) will see regular weekday service without peak services.
Peak services are usually put in place throughout busy periods such as midweek rush hour as well as major events such as football matches and concerts at the Stadium of Light or St James’ Park.