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Stourbridge Interchange is now open 


 

Stourbridge bus


Stourbridge's new state-of-the-art interchange

The new 'world class' Stourbridge Interchange is now open to the public.

It is one of the first major building projects to benefit from Centro's vision
'Transforming Bus Travel' - which aims to make significant improvements to
local bus travel for people in the West Midlands.

Improved facilities

The new interchange has an impressive, eye catching facilities building
in the centre which provides passengers with an attractive, light and airy
environment. The majority of bus services will stop here, while others will use
the adjacent waiting area within the interchange which is also of a high quality,
spacious design to enhance passenger circulation and comfort.

 

The new facilities include:

  • toilets and baby changing provision
  • a convenience store
  • seating at each stand
  • electronic passenger information boards
  • monitored CCTV and help points
  • two cycle shelters 
  • an internal public address system
  • automatic doors at each stand that only open when a bus arrives 
  • a staffed information point
  • bus station supervisors on site
  • a new lift that links the subway to the main facilities building
  • tactile signage and Braille signs
  • a shaded block paved way finding system within the bus interchange buildings 
  • an audio system which can be activated with an audio key fob 
  • a new crossing on Foster Street East

 

To find out more
Download a Stourbridge Leaflet 

 Stourbridge cover

Where to board your bus

 
Stand

 Services

 A

125, 228 (Kinver), 250, 267, 318, FW7 school services 

 B

 

X96 (Wollaston Farm) 276 (Norton), 276A, 276C, 288, 765 Hagley (school service)
 

 C

142, 287, 296, 298 

 D

276 (Dudley), 299, 765 Kingswinford (school service)

 E

228 (Brockmoor), 240, 251, X96 (Dudley)

 F

246

 G

227, 256, 257, 657, 297B

 H


 J

Drop off point

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Alternative Format

For a copy of this information in a form more suited to your needs:

Tel: 0121 214 7214 or email customerrelations@centro.org.uk

Network West Midlands

Centro, the region's Transport Authority is responsible for developing and promoting public transport in the region.

Centro works closely with the West Midlands metropolitan districts and the private companies who operate bus, train and Metro services. All are partners in Network West Midlands and are working together to provide better passenger information and invest in improved facilities and services.



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