Tramlink route 4 is a tram route which started on 25th June 2012 and is operated as part of the Tramlink network in south London. The route will be operated by Transport for London (TfL). This route should not be confused with the route 4 which appeared on the destination blinds of the CR4000s when new, which would have operated on the proposed Wimbledon - Sutton extension.
This route will be put in place to ease both routes one and three, as part of this project the section between Mitcham and Mitcham Junction will be double tracked. Tramlink are also in talks with Network Rail to have a second platform built at Wimbledon for Tramlink Services.
6 New Stadler Variobahn trams were ordered to enable Tramlink to run this route. All of these have now been delivered, and have all entered service. They will be used over the whole system, and not just on route 4.
|Elmers End||4||Bromley||1 April 1864||National Rail Services|
|Woodside||4/5||Croydon||23 May 2000|
|Addiscombe||5||Croydon||23 May 2000|
|Sandilands||5||Croydon||10 May 2000|
|Lebanon Road||5||Croydon||10 May 2000|
|East Croydon||5||Croydon||14 May 2000||National Rail Services|
|Waddon Marsh||5||Croydon||30 May 2000|
|Mitcham Junction||4||Merton||2000||National Rail Services|
|Belgrave Walk||4||Merton||30 May 2000|
|Phipps Bridge||4||Merton||30 May 2000|
|Morden Road||4||Merton||30 May 2000|
|Merton Park||3||Merton||30 May 2000|
|Wimbledon||3||Merton||30 May 2000||District Line, National Rail Services, Crossrail 2|