Birmingham Connected Update

Birmingham Connected LogoThis is the latest update containing transport news and information for the city.

Birmingham Connected issued the following information on 2 December 2016


National Express West Midlands are making a number of changes to their services this Sunday.

Platinum services get the X factor

From Sunday 4 December National Express WM are changing the numbers of several Platinum bus routes to begin with the letter “X”. This change is to make clear that these buses are limited stop for part of their route. The change affects the route numbers only – the timetables and routes remain the same.

  • 900 will become X1
  • 902 will become X3
  • 904 will become X4
  • 905 will become X5
  • 914 will become X14
  • 957 will become X2

In addition to the new “X” service numbers, brand new Platinum buses will be introduced for Bristol Road customers, on the X61 (currently 61). The X61 will be a limited stop service and will use the Selly Oak relief road instead of the B384.

More information

Buses serving Broad Street

With the reopening of the right turn from Paradise Circus onto Broad Street a number of route changes will take place from Sunday 4 December 2016. Routes affected are: 9, 82, 83, 87, 89, 120, 126, 127, 128, 129 and X10.

More information

For public transport journey planning and ticketing information, go to www.networkwestmidlands.com

You can also earn rewards for walking, cycling or using public transport by using the BetterPoints rewards app – it’s free and easy to join. Go to www.betterpoints.uk for more information.

If you are able to pass this information on to colleagues via email or social media, this is appreciated.

With Best Wishes,

The Birmingham Connected Team

Birmingham Connected is our vision for the future of transport in Birmingham, working towards a safer, healthier, greener city with a reliable integrated transport system which supports our growing population and economy. To find out more about the vision and get the latest information on transport projects and works affecting Birmingham please visit www.birmingham.gov.uk/connected

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