Would you support the London Tram Link being extended to Kingston?

By The Editor

20th Jan 2021 | Local News

The London Tram Link currently runs between Wimbledon and Beckenham via Croydon.

However there have always been rumblings of an extension to the TFL network.

Crossrail Two is meant to be coming to Kingston at some point to provide links to North London - but this project is probably a decade off.

So how about a more affordable scheme to connect Kingston to the South East of London?

Website Inside Croydon has put together a proposed extension to the Tram Link.

As far as Kingston is concerned the tram would continue West of Wimbledon and call at Midmoor road, Raynes Park, New Malden, Norbiton and a number of there stops before doing a loop around the town centre.

Here the tram would stop at Eden Street, Market Place, Wood Street and the train station.

Other proposed extensions include a Colliers Wood to Belmont branch and a Brixton to Coulsdon branch amongst others.

Check out the full plan above!


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