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Aldridge Railway Station’s future site is being secured and cleared to pave the way for the start of construction.
The development of two new railway stations on the Walsall to Wolverhampton line can continue following a deal with a new contractor.
More than eight in ten passengers say bus services have improved following the introduction of Sprint bus lanes and junction upgrades on the A34 between Walsall and Birmingham.
A remotely launched drone has been installed on Walsall Bus Station rooftop to give transport managers a birds-eye view of the town’s roads and traffic congestion.
Designs for the Sprint rapid bus route in Walsall have been refreshed to avoid the need to cut down a small number of trees on the A34 Birmingham Road.
A £30 million project to restore rail services to Aldridge for the first time in almost 60 years have taken a major step forward after securing Government backing.
According to West Midlands Mayor Andy Street, "it`s full steam ahead to get Aldridge Station on the line".
Three former industrial waste processing buildings are being demolished to make way for new platforms – as contractors gear up to build a brand new Willenhall railway station in Walsall.
A community group’s cycle club in Walsall has taken delivery of new bikes to replace ones stolen by thieves.
West Midlands bus fares are to be frozen at current levels until 2025 under a new plan agreed with operators to assist new and existing passengers with the cost of living - saving the average commuter £250 a year.
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