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£500,000 National Express Foundation funding opportunity for local young people

Young people across the West Midlands could benefit from a share of £500,000 funding from the National Express Foundation.

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Students get a helping hand from National Express West Midlands

Students at the Queen Alexandra College in Harborne are better able to travel independently on public transport, thanks to support offered by National Express West Midlands. Read More

National Express celebrates nearly 100 years of Dimmock drivers

Starting in the 1920s, the Dimmock family has followed in each other’s footsteps by driving buses in the West Midlands - for nearly 100 years.

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Tap and grow - 3m people use contactless on the bus!

Public transport in the West Midlands is way ahead of New York, with quarter of all bus fares in the area now paid for with contactless cards!

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Birmingham’s iconic 50 bus route goes Platinum

We've introduced brand new, high specification Platinum buses onto our 50 service, as part of our £22m investment in 75 new vehicles. 

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Fares Information for 2019

From 2nd January 2019, most of our fares will not change.

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Santa ho-ho-hops on the bus from Walsall to Lichfield

Santa (Walsall Councillor Richard Worrall) swapped his sleigh for the 10A and caught the bus from Walsall bus station to the historic city of Lichfield, to check out what’s on offer over the festive period.

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National Express West Midlands helps Syrian refugee to fulfil his passion

A refugee who fled the Syrian civil war is fulfilling his passion of driving and helping others, with National Express West Midlands.

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Mayor opens brand new National Express Training Academy in Birmingham

Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, has officially opened a new National Express Training Academy in partnership with South and City College Birmingham.

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Yardley Wood Bus Garage's 80th Birthday

You're invited to join us on Saturday 10th November to celebrate Yardley Wood Bus Garage's 80th birthday, and remember the 3,500 Birmingham City Transport staff members who served in the Home Guard during WWII. 

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