The future of TramLink remains uncertain. The project has never been officially cancelled, but instead, the directors have simply said that it is "at the bottom of the list" in terms of priority.
Possible rolling stock for Tramlink could be the models of trams used in the real-life Tramlink in London, however, based on the line design, people have observed that it somewhat resembles the Metrolink tram network in Manchester, UK.
- Whitney Green has two disused, terminating tracks for TramLink. The only section of TramLink tracks now exist starts here.
- Robinson Way is a disused through station located between Whitney Green and Greenslade. To access this station, simply walk down the road from Whitney Green.
- Greenslade has two disused TramLink tracks.
- Berrily Denton Road (Inaccessible) is an elevated TramLink station with two disused platforms. It used to have two, long, ground level platforms for High Speed that have now been removed. It is just after Greenslade.
- West Berrily (Inaccessible) is an elevated TramLink with two disused platforms. It is just after Berrily Denton Road. This is where the only stretch of TramLink tracks now exist ends.
- Whitefield Lido (Demolished) was a station underneath the current Whitefield Lido (the one being used by Connect). The station had two platforms and was linked to the main station via a winding staircase (similar to one visible at Ashlan Park).
- Stepford Central (Underground and Demolished) This was a rumoured station. Prior to V1.1, TramLink tracks were seen underneath Stepford Central. It was assumed that a station would be put there.
- Hallam Square (Demolished) This is a station right between Stepford Victoria and Financial Quarter, It had a level crossing and ran parallel to a road beside it. It also had a large square with a fountain and a big building near the station
- Victoria (Demolished) This station had 3 platforms.. It was right outside Stepford Victoria and was believed to be the terminus of a route.