Better late than never.
Additional rugby special services on match days announced.
The Midlands based rail champion, Campaign for Rail will be holding its inaugural Annual General Meeting tomorrow at the Atrium, Moor Street Station
A rail lobby group has suggested that the new “micro-franchise” for Anglo-Scottish sleeper trains should improve links between the West Midlands and the Scottish Highlands.
Buying train tickets on the go has just got a whole lot easier, with the launch of London Midland’s new mobile ticketing website.
Stage 1 of the £598m New Street Station redevelopment opened last week. The Birmingham press were impressed, the Birmingham Press wasn’t. Steve Beauchampé reports.
Rail enthusiasts in Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond are gearing up for a treat in May, as award-winning Electric Railway Museum opens for the first time this year
Birmingham proposals aim to cut traffic problems
We’ve heard of the ‘squeezed middle’, but has Birmingham and the wider region become the ‘invisible middle’, at least to Westminster? Steve Beauchampé reports.
HS2 will have a tremendous impact on Birmingham’s growing visitor economy, says Marketing Birmingham chief executive Neil Rami.
Supporters of the high-speed railway line are keen to bring London closer to Birmingham but Alan Clawley argues that it’s already close enough.
An imaginary scene from; ‘Yes Prime Minister.’
Local transport chiefs will lobby Westminster in an attempt to get greater funding for the region’s railways
Andy Goff enjoys a trip down memory track.
Rail commuters from the West Midlands are being urged to come forward and bring their concerns about local rail services in the West Midlands to campaigners
It’s been claimed today that proposed job cuts by train company London Midland will provide a poor impression of the region to visitors.
Cycling commuters in the Black Country have been given added security.
Opposition continues to grow to London Midland’s plans to reduce staffing levels at their stations.
Local rail company London Midland have run into trouble with their latest proposal to cut services