From Monday 25 March 2019, some bus services in the Black Country (57, 80, 326, 530) and Solihull (69) will change and will no longer be operated by igo.
Please be assured that there will be no changes to timetables. Find out more here
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For a limited time only we have reduced the price of some of our nbus and nbus+metro tickets.
With a lot of investment in the region, roadworks and big events may cause delays in some areas.
Let other passengers know that you have a very good reason to sit down.
Bus routes are changing in Solihull from 24 February.
We have created some great lessons to teach young people about travel. Resources available for KS2-3 and KS4-5.
Cycling is a cheap and healthy way to travel. Find out how you could travel on two wheels.
If you’re travelling for the day in a group by bus, train or Metro, we’ve got a great range of money-saving group and family tickets so you can spend more money on things you enjoy!
If you pay cash fares to travel, PAYG is the smarter and cheaper way to travel by bus and tram in the West Midlands.
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