Getting into Wolverhampton City Centre is quick and easy. Perfectly placed on the nations motorway network and just 40 minutes from Birmingham International Airport, 90 minutes from Manchester Airport. Trains run frequently to all corners of the country.
Find out about all the ways you can travel to Wolverhampton, including road, rail, coach, tram and bus. With so many ways to arrive here, paying us a visit couldn’t be easier.
Signposted from M54 junctions 1, 2 and 3 and from the M6 junction 10: J1 of the M54 via the A460 J2 of the M54 via the A449 (Stafford Road) J3 of the M54 via the A41 Via the A449 Penn Road Via the A4123 Birmingham New Road Via the A454 Bridgnorth Road All roads lead to the city centre ring road where car parks are clearly signposted.
Visit the Council Website for information on City Centre Car Parks:
National Express West Midlands Bus takes you outside the bus station. You can catch any of the following:
255, 256, 256s, X7, X8, 763, 713, 59, 69, 89
Birmingham to Wolverhampton leaves every 20mins
Shrewsbury to Wolverhampton leaves every 20mins
Telford to Wolverhampton leaves every 20mins
Dudley to Wolverhampton leaves every 10mins
Walsall to Wolverhampton leaves every 20mins
Tamworth to Wolverhampton leaves every 25mins
West Midlands Metro runs to and from Wolverhampton so it’s perfect for getting to Bilston, Wednesbury, West Bromwich, The Hawthorns and the Jewellery Quarter. Metro runs every 6-8 minutes during the day and every 15 minutes on evenings and Sundays.
Midland Metro Limited operates the Metro service on behalf of West Midlands Combined Authority. See the full range of tickets and prices available to use on West Midlands Metro here:
Coach travel to Wolverhampton is easy and ideal. The major coach network that travels to Wolverhampton is National Express but other service providers also have routes and all of them take you right into the City Centre. The Wolverhampton Bus Station is located in the city centre, forming a tight network with Tram, Rail, Taxi & Bus services, all just a stone's throw away from each other.