Bus stations, infrastructure and travel information centres
Across the West Midlands, the West Midlands Combined Authority provides bus stations and interchanges that allow you to effortlessly switch from one bus or mode to another. They’re equipped with the latest passenger information, printed at stops and on digital Real Time Information screens. All are fully accessible and have your safety and security in mind.
The main bus stations are at Bilston, Bearwood, Coventry Pool Meadow, Halesowen, Stourbridge Interchange, Wednesbury, Walsall St Paul's, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton. There are also major interchanges at Cradley Heath, Solihull and Sutton Coldfield amongst others.
Travel Centres offering advice, information and ticketing can be found at Birmingham New Street Station and Corporation Street, Dudley, Walsall, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton and Coventry. Two are operated by the West Midlands Combined Authority and the others by National Express West Midlands.
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West Midlands Combined Authority owns and maintains almost 12,000 bus stops, stands and shelters. Over 1,100 stops and shelters have digital Real Time Information. Many are located at interchanges where other modes of public transport meet, such as at rail stations and Metro stops.
If you spot any damage, missing information, smashed glass or anything else that is not right with one of our sites, we will Fix It.
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Rail companies operate and manage specific rail stations around the area.
Midland Metro Limited maintains Metro stops.
West Midlands Combined Authority provides Park and Ride spaces at over 40 rail and Metro stations which combine over 8,500 free parking spaces. Many include features such as cycle hubs and electric vehicle charging points.