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Wolverhampton Transport Projects

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Network Improvements in the Black Country

There are multiple on-going projects happening in the Black Country as a way of improving the travel network.



Tickets to success for the newly employed.


Willenhall and Darlaston railway stations

We're opening two new station on the Walsall to Wolverhampton line. The stations will cut journey times to places like Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Walsall.

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Bus Improvements

Half-price travel for under-18s and low fare zones are driving growth in bus usage in West Midlands.

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A45 Sprint Route

The new A45 Sprint rapid bus services will take users from Birmingham City Centre to Birmingham Airport and Solihull.

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Wolverhampton Interchange

The interchange will bring bus, rail, and metro into one consolidated commuter hub together with opportunities for commercial, retail and leisure with seamless integration into the city centre and all it has to offer.

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Cycling and Walking in Wolverhampton

Our cycling and walking team are working to deliver improved facilities and projects for the region.

A pedestrianised, accessible area - used as an exemplary case of good place-making

Better Streets Community Fund

The WMCA is investing £2 million in local communities across the West Midlands.

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Half-price travel for Young People

All 16 to 18-year-olds who live in the metropolitan region, whether they are at school or college, in work, on a training course or an apprenticeship are now eligible for half-price travel.