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The existing Tyne and Wear Metro network allows to organize of four routes. Of these two routes are used, "Airport - South Hylton" (Green lane) and "Saint James - South Shields" (Yellow lane), and two routes are not used, "Airport - South Shields" (Purple lane) and "Saint James - South Hylton" (Blue lane). One of options of the Tyne and Wear Metro development - the organization of passenger traffic through the Depot between stations Longbenton and Regent Centre. This will get the fifth route (Red lane) "AIRPORT - SAINT JAMES" (30 stations: Airport – Callerton Parkway – Bank Foot – Kingston Park – Fawdon – Wansbeck Road – Regent Centre – Longbenton – Four Lane Ends – Benton – Palmersville – Northumberland Park – Shiremoor – West Monkseaton – Monkseaton – Whitley Bay – Cullercoats – Tynemouth – North Shields – Meadow Well – Percy Main – Howdon – Hadrian Road – Wallsend – Walkergate – Chillingham Road – Byker – Manors – Monument – Saint James). This will allow residents of North Shields get off to the Airport without interchange from one train to another. Using all five routes will create more convenience for passengers.
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