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This page was last updated 26th March 2020.
Bus Service Update
From Monday 23 March there will be a reduced service on the following routes: 1 / 2 / 3 / 3A / 9 / 70 / 74 / 78 / 79 / 110
From Wednesday 25 March services 94 and 55 will be suspended.
There are some journeys on service 75 which will be running from Birmingham International to Birmingham Business Park from 0615, 0705, 0935 with returns at 16.55 and 1900.
From Wednesday 25 March there will be a reduced service operating.
From Wednesday 25 March there will be a reduced service.
Kevs Cars & Coaches
Starting from the first service on Wednesday 25 March, there will be a reduced service on some bus routes. All routes will be operating a Saturday timetable with a slight enhancement.
National Express West Midlands and Coventry
There may be some cancellations on services: 2, 6, 7, 9, 10A, 12, 12A, 13, 14, 14A, 17, 17A, 18, 19, 24, 28, 126 & X10.
Currently running services as normal and will continue to do so until the last bus on Tuesday 24 March.
Starting from the first service on Wednesday 25 March, there will be a reduced service on some bus routes. No bus routes are being removed, but some will be running less often.
On all routes, times of first buses will be the same or within a few minutes of current times.
On all routes, there will be no change to the timings of the last bus.
Sunday services will remain as they are now.
Any National Express West Midlands all-night bus services will continue to operate.
Dedicated school routes will not be running due to the schools closing.
Starting from the first service on Monday 23 March, there will be a reduced service on some bus routes:
Service 1 (Walsall) – No service
Service 2 (Walsall) – 30 min freq
Service 3/3a – No service
Service 9 – Saturday service
Service 70 – 60 min freq
Service 74/8/9 (Coventry) – Saturday service
Service 110 – 30 min freq
Travel De Courcey
Starting from the first service on Monday 23 March, there will be a reduced service on the following routes:
Service 60/61– Enhanced Sunday service with an earlier start time and a later finish time
Service 703 – Reduced Monday to Friday service
Service 585 – Saturday service
Service X6 – Saturday service.
Currently operating a normal service in north Birmingham.
Bilston to Walsall service 334 will operate half hourly between 7am-5pm, departing Bilston at 0722, 0752, 0838, 0908, 0952, then at :17 and :47 between 1000 and 1700, with a return from Walsall at 0801, 0831, then at :16 and :46 between 0900 and 1700.
Willenhall to Walsall service 37 will operate hourly between 7am – 5pm, departing Lion Hotel Willenhall at 0700, 0800, then at :15 between 0900 and 1700 with returns from Bradford Place Walsall at 0728 then at :01 between 0800 and 1700.
Walsall service 37 will operate every two hours between 7am – 5pm.
Starting from the first service on Monday 30 March, there will be a reduced service on the following routes:
U1 – Off peak frequency reduced between Leamington and University Of Warwick to every 30 minutes
U2 – Service withdrawn
U12 – Frequency reduced between Leamington and University Of Warwick to every 30 minutes
X17 – Frequency reduced to every 30 minutes on Mondays to Saturdays and hourly Sundays
X18 – The frequency is reduced to hourly on Mondays to Saturdays on the Stratford to Evesham section
48 – Frequency reduced Mondays to Saturdays – every 15 minutes Coventry – Nuneaton section every 30 minutes Nuneaton to Atherstone section every 30 minutes Nuneaton – Leicester section
55 – Frequency reduced to hourly Mondays to Saturdays
56 – Frequency reduced to hourly Mondays to Saturdays
86 – Frequency reduced to every 60 minutes Mondays to Saturdays and withdrawn between DIRFT and Rugby Town Centre.
Ring and Ride
Normal service is suspended with the exception of essential shopping trips. For these trips, no more than 2 people are to be carried in a vehicle to ensure social distancing from each other and the safety of the driver.
From Wednesday 25 March service 11A will operate a Saturday service
West Midlands Railway Update
From Monday 30th March an altered temporary timetable will be put into operation which will see a slightly less frequent service operate as follows.
The frequency of service Monday to Saturday will be:
Start of service until 06:30 – Trams every 15 minutes.
Between 06:30 and 20:00 – Trams every 12 minutes.
From 20:00 until the end of service – Trams every 15 minutes.
First & last trams:
The first trams travelling the full route will leave Wolverhampton St George’s at 05:15 and Library at 05:07.
The last trams travelling the full route will leave Wolverhampton St George’s at 23:27 and Library at 23:34.
There will be no change to the Sunday timetable.
West Midlands Metro Service Update
Currently operating a normal service.
Current advice for using transport safely
Consider changing the time when you need to use public transport. Travelling outside of peak times will help reduce the number of people using the network at the same time and support social distancing measures that are currently in place.
Wash your hands with soap and water frequently for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitiser whenever soap and water are unavailable.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, and then place the tissue into the bin straight away.
Try to use contactless payments.
You can read more on general health information and advice on Coronavirus (COVID-19) here.