Latest news from West Midlands Railway.
Rail passengers in the West Midlands are being reminded they must wear a face covering when travelling on public transport from today (Monday 15 June).
West Midlands Railway passengers are being urged to ‘travel prepared’ and bring a face covering with them when their use becomes mandatory from Monday.
Rail passengers are being urged to wear face coverings on every journey as part of a new social distancing campaign launched by West Midlands Railway today.
The revamped Kidderminster Station building will open to the public on Sunday 7 June, it has been confirmed.
West Midlands Railway is urging family and friends arranging post-lockdown reunions to avoid the train to keep space free for people making the most essential journeys.
Phase one of Wolverhampton’s new railway station will open to the public on Monday 25 May. Work on the first of two construction phases has been completed and the building has been handed over to West Midlands Railway, which runs the station.
West Midlands Railway has issued a warning that vandals could be risking public health following a spate of graffiti incidents on its trains.
West Midlands Railway is stepping up its messaging on essential travel and social distancing ahead of timetable changes this weekend. Major stations across the WMR network are receiving a makeover to reinforce the need for social distancing.
West Midlands Railway urges passengers to only use the train for essential journeys ahead of timetable changes
West Midlands Railway passengers are being urged to only use the train for essential journeys ahead of a new timetable coming into effect.
Major disruption to train services between Walsall and Birmingham is expected on Easter Monday following damage to overhead power lines near Bescot Stadium.