Park and ride
There are park and ride sites across our transport network. We have parking for cars and bikes. All sites are well lit, with CCTV and help points, where you can speak to someone by pressing a button.
Maintenance work sometimes affects our park and ride sites. Check what maintenance work is happening before you travel.
Longbridge Park and Ride is Opening
16 AUGUST 2021
From Longbridge Lane turn into Devon Way, then take the first right and the Park and Ride is at the end.
Over 600 parking bays including blue badge, parent & child, premium*, electric vehicle and motorcycle bays
- Two lifts
- Help points
30 minutes or fewer
Monday - Friday (all day)
Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays (all day)
The car park is pay on exit - there is Automatic Number Plate Recognition, so you don’t need to display a ticket. Payment should be made at one of the payment machines on the ground floor just before departure or alternatively, you can use one of our smart payment options, allowing you to pay remotely prior to 01:30am after you leave. Disabled parking is free for people parking in designated bays and displaying a valid blue badge. Motorcycle parking is also free.
Every day 5.30am to 12.30am
Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day
*Premium spaces are part of the Save-a-Space where you can reserve an extra wider ground floor parking space at a small additional cost.
Park at a tram stop
There are 5 park and ride sites along the West Midlands Metro tram line. These have free parking. You can find parking at these stops:
- The Hawthorns
- Wednesbury Parkway
- Black Lake
- Bradley Lane
Park at a train station
Parking at most train stations is free. You only have to pay at Bromsgrove, Longbridge and Sutton Coldfield.
Find out what facilities our stations have on our interactive rail map.
You can use pay as you go credit on a Swift card to pay for parking here.
You can also download the Save-a-Space app to book parking at some stations. The booking fee is £3.60 per day. You can book parking at these stations:
- Rowley Regis
- Tile Hill
- Four Oaks
- Whitlocks End
- Stourbridge Junction
We operate a considerate parking policy. This means you could get a fine if you park:
- outside a marked bay
- on double yellow lines
- dangerously - for example, obstructing access for emergency services
- in a disabled bay without a valid Blue Badge permit
You can also get fined if you park your car or bike at a park and ride site, but don’t use public transport.