The Queensway tunnels in Birmingham City Centre, which are 40 years old, are to be closed for six weeks from July for refurbishment work to be carried out.Read More
Passengers can keep track of hundreds more buses at the touch of a button following a major boost to real time information on a free smartphone application.
More than 75 per cent of the region’s buses are now providing live updates to transport authority Centro’s, Network West Midlands ‘app’.Read More
Cleaners are making sure passengers get a rubbish-free ride by blitzing buses as they wait to get back on the road.
As soon as a bus and passengers have disembarked the cleaners sweep into action and the bus heads off again, subject to the service running on time.
Teams are now in action in Birmingham’s Colmore Row and Solihull railway...Read More
As you may be aware the triple decker buses story was not what it seemed on this April fools day.
Our Head of Product Development Michael Takkin doesn't exist and the triple decker bus in the picture is in fact one of our green hybrid double decker buses in disguise with an extra top deck added on.
We're sure our hundreds of...Read More
Shift workers, job seekers and even holiday-makers are set to benefit from a new, 24 hour bus service linking some of the region’s biggest employers.
The route of the existing 97 service between Birmingham city centre, Heartlands Hospital and Chelmsley Wood is to be extended from this weekend (Sunday March 24) to also serve Birmingham Airport,Read More
National Express West Midlands and National Express Coventry will be running as follows over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend:Read More
New summer timetables are being introduced on many of our services over the next couple of weeks to speed up journeys.Read More
Over the past few months we have been talking to many of our customers and looking carefully at where traffic problems inconvenience passengers by delaying services. We have also looked at what links we provide, where we need extra buses and where there may be too many buses for the level of demand.Read More
As wll as the changes to North Birmingham services taking place from Sunday 9th June 2013 there are a number of other service changes taking place in Birmingham, Walsall and the Black Country.
We will also be introducing Summer timetables on many of our services in order to speed up journey times.
Changes to Birmingham 45 & 47 (Pershore Road) services:
The Birmingham Pride Event takes place in Birmingham's Hurst Street area over the Bank Holiday weekend with the Parade taking place on Saturday, 25th May between 11:30 and 13:30 approximately
The parade route will affect buses in High Street, Dale End, Carrs Lane, Moor Street Queensway, St Martins Tunnel, Smallbrook Queensway Ladywell Walk and into the Pride Event on Hurst Street.Read More
From Tuesday, 28th May until Friday, 7th June 2013 overnight from 19:00 until 06:00 each night.
Frankley Beeches Road will be closed from Egghill Lane to Hoggs Lane (including both junctions) for resurfacing work.
From 09:00 on Friday 24th May until 09:30 on Saturday 25th June 2013 (24 Hours.)
Acfold Road will be closed from Craythorne Avenue to Hamstead Hall Avenue for water leakage repair works by Severn Trent.
Monday, 20th May to Friday 31st May 2013, overnight from 19:00 until 06:00 each night.
Birmingham Road will be closed from Chester Road to Little Green Lane including junction to allow for resurfacing works to take place.