National Express, one of the country's biggest transport providers, has today (Thursday 20 March) announced the signing of a £100m deal for 600 brand new British built buses. The agreement with Alexander Dennis will support 2,000 British jobs at the bus builders' Scarborough, Surrey and Falkirk sites.Read More
Travel on the West Midlands public transport network is now even safer following the recruitment of 12 new Special Constables.Read More
Over fifty thousand buses checked in 2013 as inspector team is doubled.
Nearly 1 million customers travelling with National Express West Midlands during 2013 had their ticket checked by an inspector as the bus company clamps down further on fare dodgers.Read More
Community group leaders from across the West Midlands who benefitted from grants from the National Express Foundation have today come together to urge others to apply for funding.Read More
Bus ticket gives grandparents stress free and good value days out.
Children can now travel across the region for just £1 per day with Nan and Granddad - thanks to the "kids for a quid" ticket introduced by National Express West Midlands.Read More
Launch of restorative justice scheme to tackle anti-social behaviour on public transport in the West Midlands
A scheme putting young people to work repairing vandalism they have caused on public transport has been launched in Birmingham.Read More
Pat McFadden, Labour MP for Wolverhampton South East, has today welcomed the decision by Centro and National Express West Midlands to re-route the 40 service.Read More
Faster and more convenient bus services between Wolverhampton and Willenhall were officially launched today (Monday January 27) as part of a package of route and timetable improvements.Read More
In 2013 the National Express Employee Charity Panel donated almost £17,000 to fifty different charities and community groups around the UK.Read More
National Express West Midlands launch first driving skills academy
The region’s biggest bus operator and Birmingham’s biggest private sector employer, National Express West Midlands, has today launched its new Sector Based Work Academy with Minister for Employment Esther McVey MP. The academy is the first in Britain to focus on driving skills.Read More
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