Transport for London
Printable version

A boost for tram services

Work to increase the frequency of trams between Wimbledon and Croydon by 50% will start on Monday.

During this time, trams will not serve Wimbledon but will start and stop at Dundonald Road for three months. Dundonald Road is a 10-minute walk from Wimbledon station and there will be a clearly signposted walking route throughout the closure. Valid tram tickets will also be accepted on local buses that connect Wimbledon with the tram network.

Customers for Merton Park are advised to use the 163 and 164 bus routes, while those for Morden Road are advised to use the 93, and for Phipps Bridge the 200 bus route. National Rail and District line services from Wimbledon will not be affected.

From Monday until October, a new tram platform will be built at Wimbledon and four new trams will join the fleet, allowing 12 to run every hour along the busy route.


Channel website:

Share this article

Latest News from
Transport for London

Public Service Insights: Supporting The 6 Key Pillars Of Employee Wellbeing Through An Intranet