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Centro responds to public outcry over bus routes

Changes have been made to routes in Wednesfield after complaints from bus users.

Further changes have been made to the 25 and 25A bus services in Wolverhampton after over 2,000 bus users and local councillors voiced their concerns over the re-routing of services following the opening of Wolverhampton’s new £22.5 million bus station in July.

In response to requests from local bus users Network West Midlands have vowed to improve the links to Wednesfield from the Scotlands and Wood End areas.

As of Sunday 4th September, hourly Monday – Saturday daytime service 25 journeys have been renumbered as service 25A and run from Wolverhampton to Third Avenue along the current service 25 route and then run via Park Lane, Cannock Road, Blackhalve Lane, Long Knowle Lane, Amos Lane, Bellamy Lane, Wood End Road and Lichfield Road to Wednesfield High Street before continuing via the current service 25 route to Bilston.

Information on new Bus routes and timetables will be available from a Centro stall at Wednesfield Market this Saturday (10th September) between 9:30am – 3pm, staff will also be on hand to discuss any queries about the new bus services.

2 replies on “Centro responds to public outcry over bus routes”

Public transport in the area is disfunctional, disjointed , and infrequent. Almost non existant in the evenings and on Sunday. ( With the exception of the 59 route. Regulate it now !

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