TfL managed the Capital’s only tram network. Trams offer frequent services from Croydon to Wimbledon, Beckenham Junction, Elmers End and New Addington.
TfL took over the running of Trams in 2008 and completely refurbished the Trams network which had been created eight years earlier. The system uses a combination of on-street and segregated running.
Find out more about what TfL are planning next, including Trams 2030, on the Improving Trams page.
London’s trams are easily accessible for people with buggies or luggage, and passengers with impaired mobility. There are connections to the Tube, London Overground, bus and National Rail services.
Oyster and contactless are accepted on all tram routes.