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Morden Road tram stop

Morden Road
Location Merton Park, London Borough of Merton
United Kingdom
Operated by Tramlink
Platforms 2
Construction
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone London fare zones 3, 4, 5 and 6
History
Opened 2000
Traffic
Passengers (2009–10) 0.430 million total boardings and alightings[1]
Passengers (2010–11) 0.460 million total boardings and alightings[2]

Morden Road tram stop is a stop on the Tramlink service in the London Borough of Merton. It is on the site of the former Morden Road railway station on the Wimbledon-West Croydon line, which closed to rail traffic in 1997.

The tram stop consists of two platforms on either side of double track, linked by pedestrian level crossings. Immediately to the east of the station is a single-track section which reaches as far as Phipps Bridge tram stop.

The eastbound platform is directly linked by ramp and stairway to Morden Road. The town centre of Morden lies 0.5 mi (0.80 km) to the south. A pedestrian entrance to the National Trust's Morden Hall Park is on Morden Road just to the south of the stop.

This stop also is within walking distance of Morden station on the Northern line of the London Underground.

Contents

  • Connections 1
  • Layout 2
  • Gallery 3
  • References 4

Connections

London Buses routes 93, 470 and night route N155 serve the tram stop.

Layout

Side Platform
Eastbound Route 3 towards New Addington
Westbound Route 3 towards Wimbledon
Side Platform

Gallery

Preceding tram stop   Tramlink   Following tram stop
towards Wimbledon
Route 3
towards New Addington

References

  1. ^ "Tram Stop Usage 2009-10 (FOI)" (XLS). Tramlink annual passenger performance 2009-2010.  
  2. ^ "Tramlink numbers 2010-2011" (PDF). Tramlink annual passenger performance 2010-2011.  


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