National Express Coventry say most of its services in the city are experiencing delays of up to 30 minutes because of an earlier closure of the M6.
Due to traffic from the M6 closure causing congestion in the city we are experiencing delays of up to 30 mins on most services
All lanes have now reopened southbound near to Corley services. One lane remains closed northbound due to barrier repairs.
National Express have won £1.4 billion contract to run commuter trains in Germany.
The West Midlands-based firm used to run the East Coast Mainline, until it was nationalised in 2009, because they were losing money.
From today, new fare increases will come into force for National Express West Midlands services.Read the full story ›
For years their coaches have ferried people the length and breadth of the country.
Trips to the seaside, students to and from university, grandparents to see their grandchildren.
But now National Express is celebrating its very own landmark after 40 years in business.
It is the 40th anniversary of Birmingham-based National Express. The coach service was launched in 1972 with around 300 coaches in operation across the UK.
Around 17-million journeys are made every year.
An open day has encouraged people with visual impairments to try out using the buses in a safe environment.Read the full story ›
National Express and Action for Blind People are hosting an open day to encourage people with visual impairments to try out the buses. Drivers are also being given special glasses which reduce their vision, to make them more aware of the challenges many bus users face.
Martin Hancock works for National Express.
Bus users and drivers are getting together to make sure public transport in our region is easy for everyone to use.Read the full story ›
Birmingham tops the list of "patriotic hotspots" with one of the busiest coach services to London this weekend.Read the full story ›
National Express has created a new foundation to support local students, colleges and universities.
The foundation is expected to provide at least £500,000 of funding over the next five years. This will include £10,000 per year to colleges and universities to help students in challenging personal or financial situations.
£30,000 a year will also be given to local community groups working with young people.