Transport for London has imposed temporary speed restrictions on the area of track near the Croydon tram crash.
Our engineers have now repaired all track and other equipment and have run trams over the repaired section.
We will follow the RAIB’s advice and, before service is resumed, will implement additional temporary speed restrictions and associated signage near Sandilands to supplement existing safety arrangements.
We are continuing to carry out a thorough safety assessment and are taking the advice of an independent panel of tram experts. We will only resume services for the local community once that rigorous assurance process has been completed.
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