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On the wheels of love

Love was in the air today as National Express West Midlands bus driver Ian Holden picked up girlfriend Penny in a specially signposted bus.

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Fares slashed on Sandwell and Dudley buses

National Express West Midlands is bringing cheaper travel to the Black Country.

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Valentine's Competition 2017

National Express West Midlands is feeling the love this Valentine's Day and offering one lucky Birmingham or Black Country reader the opportunity to declare their love on the buses.

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Wise-cracking Black Country bus driver proves that charity is no joke

A wise-cracking Black Country bus driver is free to crack gags again after steering clear of one-liners for charity.

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First Midland Metro tram leaves UK for conversion to catenary-free

A Midland Metro tram is in Spain to be fitted with hi-tech batteries allowing it to run without the need for overhead power cables.

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Wheels in Ve-motion for Safer Travel in the West Midlands

National Express West Midlands has installed 4G Vemotion CCTV units to some of its vehicles, helping Safer Travel police officers to target anti-social behaviour on the bus network in real-time. 

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Merry X-mas from National Express

National Express West Midlands is giving its bus routes the X factor. The operator has changed the numbers of several services to begin with the letter "X". It’s also bringing the elegant grey state-of-the-art Platinum buses onto more routes.

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Travel on a whim - West Midlands Pioneers smartphone transport system

National Express West Midlands is helping to trial an exciting new integrated transport system where people can combine all their travel needs via a smartphone.

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Number 11 is a work of art

Birmingham’s famous number 11 bus has inspired a song (by The Woodbines in 1999), a dance (Kenneth Reid from the Birmingham Scottish country dance group created a dance based on the Outer Circle) and at least one novel (it features in West Midlands author Jonathan Coe’s recent satirical bestseller “Number 11”).

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Better buses mean better lives for the West Midlands' poorest people

Improving local bus services would boost employment and improve income in the West Midlands, reducing social deprivation, according to a report by the sustainable transport group Greener Journeys.

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