Phased resumption of services from Wednesday 15 of December.
West Midlands Metro passenger services will resume between Wolverhampton and Bull Street from Wednesday, December 15 with trams initially running up to every 10 minutes.
The programme of permanent repairs to West Midlands Metro’s tram fleet is progressing well and passengers can be reassured that all trams have been subject to comprehensive safety checks as part of the repair process.
A number of new trams are also in the final stages of testing and commissioning, enabling a phased return to service.
Engineers continue to work tirelessly on repairs and there will be a gradual return to full service along the entire route as more trams become available.
As always, the safety of our colleagues and customers remains our priority, and the new trams entering service for the first time will have completed an extensive testing and commissioning process before carrying any passengers.
Once again, we are sorry for the inconvenience caused by the suspension of services, and we continue to focus on delivering a safe and secure, reliable and sustainable service.
As more trams are repaired and new trams join the fleet, we will seek to extend the service to Library at the earliest opportunity.
Further updates to services are available on the West Midlands Metro.