Buses running through Dudley town centre are being diverted as part of a £6.7million revamp of its markets.
The market place is being redeveloped from the junction with High Street, through Castle Street to the junction of Castle Hill.
The work is expected to be completed in the summer, and in the meantime buses will not be allowed into Castle Street.
The full list of temporary bus stops can be found on the Network West Midlands website.
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