Be safe

We want you to stay safe around trams.

We’ve put together these tips to help you stay safe around trams. Join in the conversation via Twitter #tramaware. 

For further safety advice from the City of Edinburgh Council visit the website here.



Look around you -

Make sure to look both ways before crossing the tram tracks.





Pause your tracks (stay safe on ours) -

Trams are much quieter than other vehicles. You may not be able to hear a tram until it’s very close. Listen out for the tram bell. 





Don't gamble -

Use pedestrian crossings and wait for the green man. Look both ways before you cross. 





Watch this space -

Tram vehicles are wider than their tracks and take longer to stop than you might think. Give them plenty of room. 





Parents -

Keep an eye on your children and hold hands when crossing the tram track and when using the tram.





Stay safe on board too -

If you’re not seated, please grab a handrail. 



Frequently asked questions

Want to know the tram route, where the stops are and how long the journey takes?
We've got the answers to your questions.

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Explore our trams

Edinburgh has a fleet of 27 modern and 100% wheelchair accessible trams built by Spanish manufacturer CAF.

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