Dudley station due for demolition ready for new interchange
Dudley Bus Station is due to be demolished early next year ready for building work to start on a new £24 million interchange.
The bus station’s replacement interchange offers a modern, accessible environment and seamless connections between bus and Metro services.
As part of the Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension, the new Interchange is designed to better connect the people of Dudley to leisure and job opportunities across the region, as well as providing a modern gateway to the town for visitors.
Set to open in 2025, the interchange is just one in a series of major regeneration projects which are transforming Dudley town centre.
The project is being led by Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), which is part of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), in partnership with Dudley Council. Funding for the interchange was awarded to the WMCA by the Department for Transport via the City Region Sustainable Transport Settlement.
Demolition of the 1986 built bus station means bus stops will be temporarily relocated to Tower Street and Ednam Road.