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Wolverhampton Bus Station


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Wolverhampton Bus Station opened on Sunday 24 July 2011

The £22.5 million bus station is part of the wider £170 million Wolverhampton Interchange project which will rejuvenate transport, retail and leisure facilities in the city.

In 2009 transport authority Centro and partners Wolverhampton City Council, Advantage West Midlands and Neptune Developments, decided to rebuild the bus station as the previous facility didn't meet the needs of a modern bus-based interchange.

The project included a modern bus hub with access to the rail station via a pedestrian walkway and provision for a Metro stop on Pipers Row.

Station Layout

Modern facilities

The modern passenger facility has 19 bus stands laid out in a saw tooth arrangement (see picture opposite). This makes it much easier for buses to access stops when adjacent stands are occupied.

There is improved access for passengers who will be able to get safely to all of the bus stands without having to cross any of the bus lanes. Passengers will now access their bus stand via covered pedestrian walkways equipped with glass doors that automatically open when the bus arrives, as well as providing shelter in inclement weather.

The bus station has three large, glass-enclosed passenger waiting areas, with a light and spacious concourse at the entrance. It also includes a Travel Information Centre, public toilets, and offices. The complex will also include a newsagent and convenience store.

An iconic, covered pedestrian footbridge over the ring road, complete with artist-inspired stained glass panels links the new bus station with the rail station.

The latest travel information

Wolverhampton Bus Station now has the very latest cutting edge, fibre optics-based passenger information systems, the first of their kind in the region. Passengers will know exactly which stand to catch their bus from and at what time by looking at real time electronic information screens situated throughout the building. As well as displaying bus information, the integrated audio visual system also provides the latest details of train and Metro services, so passengers can plan their journeys easily. Safety and security is also enhanced through the provision of CCTV and help-points.

Travel Information Centre

A new Travel Information Centre provides information, advice and ticketing for all modes of travel, so that passengers can find the best value bus, rail, Metro and coach tickets. This Travel Information Centre replaces the temporary facilities on Queen Street.

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Where to board your bus

National Express coach services operate from Pipers Row and there is a link to them from the bus station. There is extensive signage directing passengers to various locations including the train station, Metro stop and Wolverhampton city centre.

Interactive information points have been installed - these include touch screen maps, timetables, information on where to get your bus and journey planners.

Click here to download the Wolverhampton Bus Station Opening leaflet.

If you require this document in a format more suited to your needs, please call 0121 214 7214 or email: customerrelations@centro.org.uk


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