Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) is working closely with police and bus, rail and tram operators to keep the region moving safely as coronavirus lockdown restrictions begin to ease and more people return to work.
An upgrade to overhead power lines on a section of West Midlands Metro is set to take place this weekend.
Members of the public are being urged to fill in an online survey to help plan for the future of transport following the Covid-19 lockdown. Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and partners, including train, tram and bus operators, are drawing up plans for services after the lockdown is gradually lifted and more people return to […]
As members of the public continue to follow government instructions to avoid all non-essential travel, West Midlands Metro is making further adjustments to its services in line with current demand. A recent poll found 80% of those travelling by tram are key workers and the Metro is set to continue early morning and evening services, […]
Essential track replacement work on the Metro network is progressing well, with construction teams making significant steps towards completion.
West Midlands Metro is set to make a further adjustment to its timetables as members of the public follow the government instruction to avoid all non-essential travel.