Edinburgh Trams will provide extra trams for anyone travelling to and from the Terminal V techno festival at The Royal Highland Centre later this month.

To accommodate festival passengers, the tram operator will run extra late-night tram services running every 20 minutes until around 12.30am, in addition to the regular service of trams every 7 minutes throughout the day.

A free shuttle bus will also be available to ferry attendees between the Ingliston Park & Ride tram stop and the festival grounds.

The extra tram schedule and shuttle bus connections will ensure festival-goers can rely on safe public transport to get them to the event and back to their accommodation after the late-night festival on 13 and 14 April.

Jon McCulley, Edinburgh Trams Operations Manager, said: “We are thrilled to be able to support the festival once again by working with the organisers to ensure fans can make the most of two nights of top techno music.

“On arrival at the Ingliston Park & Ride tram stop, anyone heading for the event can board the free shuttle bus running regular intervals to the centre’s North Entrance, and there will also be convenient travel back from the venue once acts leave the stage at 11.00 pm on both nights.”

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