|Midland Metro: New Street Running April 2016||The Midland Metro is set to run to New Street station in Birmingham city centre from May 22||Centro West Midlands|
|Midland Metro: Catenary Free Trams Feb 2016||Midland Metro Catenary Free Trams||Centro West Midlands|
|Midland Metro: End of T69 Trams Aug 2015||Transport authority Centro and National Express will have a ceremony to send off the last T69 tram on Friday, following its final public journey. It will start its day at 6.04 am, from the Wednesbury depot, going to Snow Hill where it will start its service from 6.30 am. The tram will then run the 23-stop 13-mile route a few times before making its last trip carrying passengers at 11.10 am.||Centro West Midlands|
|West Midlands: Ultra Light Rail EU funding Bid June 2015||A bid for £13.9m of EU money has been launched to help fund a new ultra light rail link in the West Midlands.||Centro West Midlands|
|West Midlands Explores ULR 6th Feb 2015||The new rapid transit study for the West Midlands conurbation will study lower cost alternatives to light rail. The West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority announced proposals for a study of rapid transit connections between the Black Country and Birmingham last month||Centro West Midlands|
|Midland Metro DfT U-Turn 02 April 2015||Department of Transport apparent U-Turn The DfT is retaining control of the approval process for about 30 of the biggest local transport major projects in England, in a U-turn from previous thinking. Ministers had planned to fully devolve responsibility for local major transport schemes to Local Enterprise Partnerships under the Local Growth Fund regime that began this month. LEPs have had to develop assurance frameworks for ensuring that their projects deliver value for money.||Centro West Midlands|
|Midland Metro Eastside Extention Route 28 March 2015||West Midlands’ transport authority Centro has confirmed the route of the Midland Metro Eastside extension in Birmingham.||Centro West Midlands|
|Midland Metro Depot Extension 6 Feb 2015||Morgan Sindall has completed a £13.8 million extension of Midland Metro’s Wednesbury depot. Part of a £128 million expansion of the light rail network, the project has doubled the size of the depot to support the maintenance of the operator’s new 21 Urbos trams.||Centro West Midlands|
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