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Following on from the London terror attacks on Thursday (07 July 2005), the bus station in Stourbridge and surrounding roads including Foster Street was closed off to the general public after a security alert on Thursday night (07 July 2005). A suspect package was discovered, which was later given the all clear, causing mayhem to the town services after the terrible events  ...   Read More

Stourbridge will be getting a new Night bus service from the 17th July after People's Express have decided to extend the current 9N route from Halesowen to Stourbridge.

This is a major boost for Stourbridge, after recent openings of new bars which are open until the early hours of the morning, will benefit with their customers being able to use this service.

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The long awaited makeover of Stourbridge's notorious Foster Street subway could start before the end of the month (June 2005), it has been revealed.

The £70,000 revamp of the underpass will include installing eight new CCTV cameras, panic buttons, new flooring and lighting.

The project funded by Dudley Council<  ...   Read More

It's all change at Stourbridge bus station. Construction workers have invaded the bus station over the last couple of weeks, and have taken down Stands A and B.

The actual road which was used by buses to get to Stands A and B has also been closed off, with a new footpath connecting the 'Bus Stop Cafe' directly to Stands C and D, which can be seen in the pictures bel  ...   Read More

A £2 Million scheme to tackle parking problems near Stourbridge Junction have been delayed and have left nearby residents fuming. Residents living in Brook Road, Chawn Park Drive, Castle Grove and Lutley Road have complained for improvements on parking at Stourbridge Junction. Residents say that commuters continually park all day outside their homes, and claim that lives a  ...   Read More

The only real access between Stourbridge bus station and Stourbridge town centre, the Foster Street subway has been made safer with the opening of the first underground police station in Britain, this week.

The long awaited base which will be a satellite station to the main police station in Stourbridge, was officially opened on Wednesday by West Midlander of the ye  ...   Read More

Britannia Travel owned company, Pete's Travel, are set to go to battle as they take on Travel West Midlands. From Sunday 28 March, Pete's hope to take passengers away from Travel West Midlands on Sundays as they begin to operate one of Travel West Midlands's premier routes in Stourbridge, service 9, Stourbridge - Birmingham City Centre via Halesowen.

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Inconsiderate motorists along a busy road are forcing bus drivers to carry out dangerous manoeuvres to enter the bus station in Stourbridge. There have been complaints, that when entering Foster Street from Birmingham Street, buses are being forced to swerve and sometimes mount the pavement. Drivers are parking along Birmingham Street just before the road changes into a du  ...   Read More

To coincide with changes to National Rail and Centro fares, Travel West Midlands have announced a fare simplification, which will take place from Sunday 4 January 2004. Travel West Midlands have noted that this fare simplification will replace normal fares revision in March. The changes are as follows:

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Travel cards prices wil  ...   Read More

Police have revealed that revellers are stealing cars to get themselves home after nights out in Stourbridge. Councillor David Sheppard, who represents the Norton area of Stourbridge, is hoping that a night bus could be started to prevent this crime from happening. He said "With the increase of Stourbridge as an entertainment value, we have got a problem with transport awa  ...   Read More
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