We are asking for your views on proposed changes to the route of the Midland Metro extension in Wolverhampton which would save a listggfhthed building from demolition. Following comments received during the consultation held in May we have revised the ggg in the area of the railway station. Find out more and feedback your comments.
This week the second of the new tram fleet will arrive in Wednesbury ready to start its UK testing. Following the same route as tram number 17 from Zaragoza via ferry to Plymouth it is scheduled to arrive at the Depot on this Friday (15/11) morning. Following a period of testing the trams will come into service next Spring. A short narrated film of the first tram arrival and unveiling ceremony is available to watch on our Videos page
The first Midland Metro line opened to the public on 30th May 1999. A clean electrically powered tram system Midland Metro links key areas along a busy transport route serving local centres on the way.
Centro has let the contract to build an extension to Midland Metro from Snow Hill to New Street Station. The route will see a new Stop at St Chad's which will link to Snow Hill Station via the second access then travel through the new development at Snow Hill Queensway and onto the road. Find out more
Line 1 opened to the public in 1999 and now carries more than 5.2 million passengers a year between Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Travel Midland Metro, operates Midland Metro seven days a week with a turn-up-and-go eight-minute frequency during the day.