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Stourbridge Bus Information is changing into Stourbridge Interchange - the unofficial website for the new Interchange that has been built in Stourbridge and opens on Sunday 22 April 2012.

All that will be changing with the website is the name and logo, all information that I have been supplying in the past will still be offered in the future and any se  ...   Read More

The new Stourbridge Interchange will open to the public on Sunday 22 April 2012. It will be 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.

The new interchange has an impressive, eye catching facilities buildin  ...   Read More

Work on the long-awaited redevelopment of Stourbridge bus station will get under way this month.

Transport authority CENTRO have announced construction of the new £7m facility - to be called Stourbridge Interchange - will begin when the existing station closes on Sunday October 24.

Construction of the new  ...   Read More

CENTRO are ready to submit new plans for Stourbridge Bus Station, after the last plans were withdrawn following a new initiative called 'Transforming Bus Travel', and these plans are the first major building since this initiative was introduced.

The new plans, which will see the bus station renamed 'Stourbridge Interchange', wi  ...   Read More

As from 26th April 2009 there will be stand changes at Stourbridge bus station.

These following changes apply:

Service 9 to Birmingham will now depart from Stands A & B
Service 288 to Norton will now depart from Stand E
Service 318 to Bromsgrove will now depart from Stand E
Service 251 to Merry Hill Centre will now depar  ...   Read More

Plans have finally been passed for the new £2.5 million bus station for Stourbridge, despite comments by councillors because passengers will have to spend more than a penny to spend a penny.

Three toilets have been included in the latest plans after the original designs submitted in November 2007 were refused after councillors stated that toilets were needed. CENTRO  ...   Read More

From April 27 2008, it is all change to most bus services that are operated in the Stourbridge area. Network West Midlands have reviewed the bus network in the Dudley area to create routes that better meet passenger needs.

The aim of the review was to create an easy to understand bus network designed for  ...   Read More

Bus fares in the West Midlands are being put up by 10 per cent in the new year, but the price of weekly travel cards is going down.

Travel West Midlands is increasing cash fares to offset rising fuel costs and a £16 million investment for 120 new vehicles.

Prices of day tickets (DaySaver) are being frozen   ...   Read More

Following consultation with passengers at Stourbridge bus station towards the end of 2006, CENTRO have formally submitted plans to Dudley Council of a proposed new layout for the £2.5 million redevelopment of the current station in Foster Street East. The designs inclu  ...   Read More

Diamond Bus
Diamond Bus, part of the Go-Ahead bus group and trading as Go-West Midlands, are axing many of the services across the West Midlands from July 22, 2007, which include a handful of services in the Stourbridge area. The services affecting the Stourbridge area are   ...   Read More
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