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About Edinburgh Trams

Edinburgh Trams Ltd. is a tram company in Scotland that operates a 14 km long tramline. The construction of the tram line from New Town to Edinburgh Airport was completed in 2014, and in the same year, Edinburgh Trams Ltd. took control of providing frequent trams to various locations. A new tramline from York Place (New Town) to Newhaven is under construction and is expected to be operational by 2023. Edinburgh Trams serve around 16 important locations between their 14 KM long tramline.

You can now book Edinburgh tram tickets online via the redBus website. Edinburgh Trams also provide trams to various transport exchange points like you can find a tram to Edinburgh airport, bus station, etc. They offer frequent trams to multiple locations throughout the day at affordable rates. Besides many bus operators in the city, Edinburgh Trams are preferred by the passengers for their on-time and affordable tram services.

Address and contact no. of Edinburgh Trams

The head office address of Edinburgh Trams is as follows:

Hopetoun Gate, 8B Mcdonald Road, Edinburgh,

EH7 4LZ, Scotland.

You can contact the Edinburgh Trams head office at +44 131 475 0177. The customer care number of Edinburgh Trams is 0131 338 5780 and the customer support is open from 8:30 AM to 5 PM (from Monday to Saturday). On Sundays, the Edinburgh Customer support is open from 11 AM to 7 PM. Their customer support hours have currently been reduced due to the COVID scenario. You can also get in touch with the redBus 24x7 customer support service for any issues in booking Edinburgh tram online tickets.

Amenities offered by Edinburgh Trams

Edinburgh Trams offer various amenities onboard to facilitate your tram journey. You can view the amenities offered by any particular Edinburgh Tram via the redBus website.

The amenities offered onboard by Edinburgh Trams are as follows:

• Bookcase

• Ample legroom

• Luggage compartment


• Reading light

• Charging points

• Toilet

Popular routes covered by Edinburgh Trams

Edinburgh Trams currently operates a single line from York Place to Edinburgh Airport with around 14 stops in between, excluding the source and the final stop. You can also book tram tickets for the reverse route, i.e., Edinburgh Airport to York Place, on the redBus website.

Some of the top sub-routes offered by Edinburgh Trams are as follows:

• York Place to Haymarket

• York Place to Balgreen

• York Place to Bankhead

• Edinburgh Airport to Gogarburn

• Edinburgh Airport to Gyle Centre

Popular cities covered by Edinburgh Trams

Edinburgh trams

Edinburgh Trams start from York Place in New Town (Scotland) and the Edinburgh Airport. They serve various locations in between Edinburgh Airport and New Town. You can view the route information of Edinburgh Trams easily on the redBus website.

Some of the major locations covered by Edinburgh Trams are as follows:

• Saughton

• St. Andrew Square

• Gyle Centre

• Balgreen

• Bankhead

• York Place

• West End

• Haymarket

Booking Edinburgh Tram tickets online on redBus

The steps required in booking a tram ticket via redBus are as follows:

• On the first webpage of the redBus website, enter your source location in the 'From' section and destination in the 'To' section.

• All the trams available on your route will be displayed to you by redBus. You can compare the Edinburgh Trams cost and choose a preferred tram. Choose a seat on the selected tram.

• Enter your Edinburgh tram boarding/dropping point on the next page and click the 'Proceed to Book' button.

• Enter the passenger detail. Click on the 'Proceed to Pay' button.

• Complete the online payment to confirm your Edinburgh Trams booking. redBus will provide you with a tram e-ticket/M-ticket shortly after successful confirmation of booking via email/SMS. You can contact the redBus customer support for any issue while booking the Edinburgh tram service.

How to book Edinburgh Trams bus tickets with redBus?

redBus allows you to check the Edinburgh Trams bus schedule, bus fare, boarding, and dropping points, and all the amenities offered by Edinburgh Trams at one place. Several buses offered by Edinburgh Trams connect various cities, towns, popular, and lesser-known destinations. Constantly striving to maintain its quality and comfort that it’s known for, Edinburgh Trams is trusted by a large number of travelers from different corners of the world. All you need to do is to select a source and destination, filter the result by Edinburgh Trams, and redBus will provide you with an extensive list of buses operated by Edinburgh Trams on your selected route.

Services by Edinburgh Trams

Edinburgh Trams offers its services in various cities in the world. Many of the major cities as well as tourist destinations around the globe are covered by Edinburgh Trams buses. With excellent timings, cordial staff, and modern amenities, Edinburgh Trams continuously strives to make its services commendable. By booking Edinburgh Trams buses, passengers are sure to have a comfortable, safe, and enjoyable journey.

Types of Buses Offered by Edinburgh Trams

Edinburgh Trams has a great frequency of buses that ply between different cities regularly. One can choose to travel by different types of buses offered by Edinburgh Trams based on the facilities available onboard and budget. The various types of buses offered by Edinburgh Trams include:

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Edinburgh Trams Online Bus Ticket Booking on redBus

Booking a Edinburgh Trams bus on redBus is really quick and easy. With a safe and secure ticket booking and payment system, the redBus platform is trusted by millions of travelers. Passengers can also avail several discounts and deals on various occasions while booking Edinburgh Trams buses with redBus.


Q: Do Edinburgh Trams run 24 hours?
A: Edinburgh Trams run every 8 to 10 minutes from Monday to Saturday from York Palace. The first Edinburgh Trams leaves at 6.15 am while the last one departs at 10.45 pm.
Q: What is the Edinburgh Trams Extension line?
A: The Extension line is the newly proposed tram line by Edinburgh Trams that is under construction. The proposed Extension line is 4.69 KM long and will run from York Place to Newhaven.
Q: I think I left my bag on an Edinburgh tram. What to do now?
A: Edinburgh Trams pays special attention to baggage that is left behind by passengers. From when the lost baggage has been discovered on a tram, it will be kept overnight at the Gogar Tram Depot. The lost baggage can also be kept over the weekend at the Gogar Tram Depot. After a few days, Edinburgh Trams transport the lost property at the Lothian Buses Lost Property Office. The customer care number for lost property at any Edinburgh tram is 0131 338 5780.
Q: Does redBus update the Edinburgh Trams timetable on its online platform?
A: redBus constantly updates the timetable of service providers on its online platform to facilitate the passengers. redBus allows you to check the real-time availability of Edinburgh trams.
Q: Are Edinburgh trams safe considering the COVID scenario?
A: All the carriers of Edinburgh trams along with transit stations are cleaned regularly to stop the curb of coronavirus. To ensure proper ventilation, the doors of trams are operated manually and windows are kept open during the journey. It also encourages users to wear a mask while on their journey to curb the spread of the virus.
Q: Is there any facility on trams for passengers that use wheelchairs?
A: Wheelchair users should head towards the middle carriage which is specially designed for them. At the tram platform, a wheelchair symbol will guide the passengers. The wheelchair symbol at the platform is located exactly where the middle carrier will stop. There is extra parking space inside the carriage for wheelchair users. Wheelchair users can ring a bell while getting off the tram for extra time.