It follows pilot schemes in some areas which began in 2014.Read the full story ›
It would create a London Underground style transport network at a cost of £15 billion.Read the full story ›
West Midlands Trains has been criticised for delays and cancellations, which have threatened the future of the franchise.Read the full story ›
Grant Shapps MP opened the Regional Transport Coordination Centre - but says he has "concerns" about other transport plans for the region.Read the full story ›
The company, which ran routes between Nottingham and Derby thanked customers for their support over the years.Read the full story ›
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Bus operator National Express West Midlands has tweeted it's suspended all of its bus services because of the heavy snowfall.
It says severe road conditions have forced buses to stop running until further notice.
It's the first day West Midlands Trains takes over the London Midland franchise, and it's advising people not to travel because of the snow.Read the full story ›
Rail enforcement officers have started cracking down on low-level anti-social behaviour across the West Midlands.
Specially-trained staff from London Midland are targeting passengers who put feet on seats, play loud music or ride bicycles on platforms.
Those caught are cautioned and could face prosecution. Some passengers Chris Halpin spoke to today thought it was heavy-handed, but the company's bosses say the action will stop more serious offences.
Businesses along the route of the new tram extension in Birmingham say they're angry the project has been delayed again after safety tests found problems with the track.
Firms have received compensation for the over running works, but some say they're still surviving on a knife edge.
The £128 million upgrade and extension was meant to start carrying passengers all the way to and from Grand Central station this weekend.
Those in charge of the work say the setback is 'bitterly disappointing', but they must get everything right before the route can open to the public. Chris Halpin reports.
The multi-million pound Midland Metro extension has been delayed for a third time because of problems with the new track.Read the full story ›