New 30-year West Midlands rail plan unveiled New 30-year West Midlands rail plan unveiled

A new era of rail services for the wider Birmingham and Wolverhampton area has been set out by the West Midlands Rail Executive, as it publishes its strategy for the next 30 years. The plans have been divided into three categories short, medium and long term. The short term plans involve a budget of £1 billion. Some of the more immediate schemes include the restoration of passenger services on the Camp Hill line between Kings Norton and Birmingham New Street, and also between Wolverhampton and Walsall.


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