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Trams in the West Midlands

You can travel by tram from Wolverhampton to Birmingham and back.
The tram network has over 30 tram stops between these 2 locations.

West Midlands Metro

The tram service is called the West Midlands Metro.

You can use the ticket finder to find the right tram ticket for you. You can buy tickets:

Tram stops are in four ticket zones. The zones you can travel between are based on your ticket.

There are trams every 12 to 15 minutes every day of the week. More trams are added during peak times.

View the tram timetable to find out where the tram stops. You can also plan your journey if you’re not sure of your route.

All tram stops have step-free access and are monitored by CCTV. Some tram stops have free car parking.

If you’re planning a day out, there are lots of great places to visit by public transport.

Wednesbury Tram works

A limited metro service will be in operation.

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