Centro is asking West Midlands public transport users to sign up to a trial a new app.
National Express Group has announced that the UK’s first Bus Alliance, in the West Midlands, has been launched, with the first delivery board meeting taking place.
National Express West Midlands (NXWM) and Centro have announced the timetable for the region’s record £34m investment in new buses, with the first of the new buses due to hit the streets next month.
A £9m fleet of 52 new buses has been unveiled by National Express West Midlands (NXWM), working in partnership with Centro.
The £15m scheme, funded through Centro and by the government, could be operational by 2016
Centro’s approved budget for 2014-15 includes an annual grant of £8.5m to West Midlands Special Needs Transport to provide its Ring and Ride service Monday to Saturday between 0800hrs and 2000hrs. A new £1 per […]
Extremely low energy usage and effectiveness during bright sunshine are highlighted for the ‘world first’ e-paper bus stop wayside Electronic book-style technology showing bus timetable, ticket price and real time service information has gone on […]
The Green Bus Company considers its position after judgement Birmingham-based The Green Bus Company has lost its High Court bid to have a financial restriction imposed by Centro lifted that limits the amount of subsidy […]
Vehicles are a component of a partnership agreement between Centro and National Express West Midlands, which will also see priority measures put in place in the future A fleet of 33 new buses is being […]
This latest deal between the operator and the transport authority aims to build on previous partnerships National Express West Midlands (NXWM) and Centro have signed a two-year £81m partnership agreement, dubbed Partnership Plus, which aims […]