Thursday, 8 June 2023

Edinburgh Trams Commence Running to Newhaven

From 12 noon on 7th June 2023, trams started gliding to Leith, Ocean Terminal and Newhaven.

The highly successful Edinburgh Trams network has been extended by 3 miles to create a spine across the City. Trams will run on the original line from Edinburgh Airport, Gyle Centre, Edinburgh Park and Murrayfield Stadium across the City centre to 8 brand new stops conveniently located along Leith Walk, The Shore, the Ocean Terminal and terminate at Newhaven.  

All the benefits of our award-winning tram network include:

  • Turn up and go service with trams from every 7 minutes
  • Running from 6am – Midnight 7 days a week
  • Trams across the City centre serving Picardy Place, St Andrew Square, Princes Street, West End and Haymarket
  • Easy ticketing options available at the tram stop and on the app
  • Safe and secure network with CCTV and customer help points at all stops
  • Reliable customer service with onboard staff and lots of ways to contact us

    Frequency Guide 

    The trams operate a ‘turn up and go’ service with trams from every 7 minutes, 7 days a week.

    No need to check timetables, the real-time displays at every stop tell passengers when the next trams are due.

    Newhaven timetable

Tickets and fares

All of the current tram tickets are valid for travel throughout the extended network to Newhaven.

Single and return fares are for tram journeys only. You can also buy a Day Ticket to use on both the tram and Lothian bus services.

Before you board and ticket price timetable

The Route

The extended tram network runs across the City from Edinburgh Airport all the way to Newhaven.

Convenient stops along the route include 4 rail stations and the bus station.

Route Map
Tram map with Newhaven stops