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Cancellation of London Midland train services

Due to the shortfall of London Midland train drivers, a number of train services in the West Midlands area are being cancelled. This is just a polite reminder that we are unable to accept train tickets in these circumstances, but anybody with a valid n network bus/train ticket is fine to travel.

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Local drivers clean up at bus oscars

Paul Jarvis, winner of the the top prize at the bus industry driving awards

When the stars of the bus industry met in Blackpool this month there was a new poster boy who everyone was talking about - National Express Coventry’s Matthew King.

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Bus drivers see vehicles as never before

Martin Hancock pictured with Ms Zubeda Subedar and Mr Iftkhar Shaik

Action for Blind People have challenged a National Express West Midlands Director and drivers to experience the bus network in their shoes.

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Walsall passengers to have their say on transport services

Centro Press Release: Thursday, 30th August 2012

People who use public transport in Walsall are being offered the chance to give transport chiefs their views about the area’s network.

The ‘Your Public Transport Matters’ event will enable the travelling public to talk directly with representatives from Network West Midlands – the region’s integrated bus, rail and tram system.

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Free National Express travel for Woodsetton karate champion Tom Hickman

Tom Hickman with Ian Austin MP and Anthony Vigor

18 year old Woodsetton Karate champion Tom Hickman received a free bus and coach pass from National Express on Tuesday 7 August.

The pass was handed over during a special ceremony with Dudley MP Ian Austin and National Express Director of Policy & External Affairs Anthony Vigor at Birmingham Coach Station in Digbeth.

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Major bus investment leads to more satisfied customers

6% increase in commuter satisfaction as buses get cleaner and safer.

An independent study shows that passengers are feeling the benefit of major investment in buses across the West Midlands.

The biggest improvements according to bus users were in cleanliness, safety, punctuality and journey times.

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Corporation Street becomes Memory Lane

Daimler Vintage Bus

To mark the closure of Corporation Street the regions biggest bus company, National Express West Midlands, is offering people free vintage bus rides between 3-5pm on Saturday.

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Bus for local hero Blind Dave Heeley

Blind Dave and Seamus the dog with the new bus named in his honour

Local marathon man ‘Blind’ Dave Heeley and his Olympic Torch today launched a bus named in his honour by National Express West Midlands.

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Bus travel gets fairer as more fare dodgers are caught

Over five thousand buses checked as inspector team doubles.

Over 100,000 customers travelling with National Express West Midlands during June had their ticket checked by an inspector as the bus company clamps down on fare dodgers.

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‘Bus’sy cat gets new home

Kitten abandoned at local Bus garage gets new home

Staff at National Express West Midlands Bordesley Green garage were amazed to find that they had a new tenant - a kitten who had been dropped through their railings by owners who no longer wanted her.

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