Centro: On-street information is the ‘way to go’
A new visitor and transport information system was launched in Birmingham, Wednesday October 17 to make it easier for people to find and make their way around the city centre.
Centro: Youngsters win transport apprenticeships
Four young people from the West Midlands have been offered apprenticeships with Centro and National Express after completing a Prince’s Trust scheme.
Coventry passengers to have their say on transport services
People who use public transport in Coventry are being offered the chance to give transport chiefs their views about the area’s network.
New sustainability team appointments at Centro
Centro, the transport authority for the West Midlands, has appointed Conrad Jones as its new Head of Sustainability.
Reduction in rail station staffing will mean poorer service for passengers
Transport chiefs branded a reduction in staffing levels and ticket office opening hours at West Midland rail stations as terrible news for passengers.
Carbon footprint gets smaller as Centro puts environment top of agenda
Thinking green has seen Centro take giant steps towards reducing its carbon footprint.
Walsall passengers to have their say on transport services
People who use public transport in Walsall are being offered the chance to give transport chiefs their views about the area’s network.
Centro: Metro system first in UK to win safety award
The Midland Metro has become the first tram system in the UK to win a prestigious award for passenger safety and crime reduction.
Centro: Reminder to renew concessionary travel passes
Thousands of people across the West Midlands are reminded that the deadline is approaching to renew their concessionary travel pass.
West Midlands steams ahead
Centro has welcomed the results of a national survey which saw an increase in passenger satisfaction with rail services in the West Midlands.
Centro hits the road to help concessionary passholders
More than 120,000 pensioners across the West Midlands are being urged to make sure they don’t miss out on getting their new concessionary travel passes.
Centro to decide on bid for local rail control
Transport authority Centro will decide next week whether to formally tell the Government it is keen to take over responsibility for local rail services on behalf of authorities across the wider West Midlands area.