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Stagecoach Supertram has announced that the entire fleet of Stadler Supertrams being used in Sheffield has been withdrawn.
Stagecoach is unable to run any Tram/Train services until further notice.
This is because the manufacturer, Stadler, has told Stagecoach Supertram that they need to temporarily withdraw the fleet.
In April the service was suspended because a of a fault on the underside of one of the vehicles.
A further update will be provided as soon as Stagecoach has been updated by Stadler.
Due to suspension of the tram-train service between the Cathedral and Rotherham-Parkgate, tickets are now being accepted on Northern trains between Rotherham Central / Meadowhall and Sheffield.
Tickets are also being accepted on the following Stagecoach / First bus services: Meadowhall / Rotherham X1, X10, X78 Rotherham Interchange / Parkgate 8, 8a, 9, 22x*, 218, 218a, 221 22a, 22c
This article first appeared on www.focustransport.org
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