Wolverhampton bus station “one of UK’s most accessible transport hubs”

Wolverhampton has become one of the UK’s most accessible bus stations after joining New York and Barcelona in testing the latest, inclusive technology. Transport for West Midlands has unveiled new smart codes at Wolverhampton Bus Station, giving passengers immediate access to wayfinding details and live travel information on their mobile phones. The six-month trial is […]

WMCA gains national recognition for plans to tackle climate change

The West Midlands Combined Authority’s (WMCA) plans to tackle climate change have seen it rated as one of the nation’s top performers. The WMCA was by far the highest ranked combined authority in the country with a score of 89% in a study published by not-for-profit organisation, Climate Emergency UK. The WMCA’s high score also […]

WMCA starts search for mobility-as-a-service partner

The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has started its search for a delivery partner in its plans to build mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) for the region. The authority said it wants to focus on improving the customer experience of planning, booking and paying for sustainable modes of transport through a single interface. Relating to this, it also […]


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