Bus and Metro
Birmingham is brilliant for buses. There’s a huge network linking everyone to everything.
Network West Midlands has all the online timetables and fare information you need with easy ticket buying and route planning. Alternatively call 0871 200 22 33 for timetable information (Calls from landlines cast 10p per minute) or visit Centro’s many information points around the city.
More and more local buses have facilities such as low floors for easy access for wheelchair users and pushchairs. Birmingham buses can’t be hailed to be stopped; passengers wishing to board or leave a bus, should do so at an official bus stop.
Please remember that you need to give the exact fare to the driver as you board.
Hop on a bus and see Birmingham the easy way. There are experienced guides and frequent trips to make sure you pack in as much as you can. Find out about bus tours here.
Birmingham Snow Hill Station serves local rail services to Solihull and Worcester and metro trams towards Wolverhampton.
The current tram line runs to Bull Street in the City Centre with a further extension to Corporation Street and New Street station.
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