Welcome to the new Bromsgrove Station
Bromsgrove's new multi-million pound railway station has now opened.
Rail users now benefit from a range of improved facilities. This includes a staffed ticket office, passenger waiting room, toilets and 350 onsite car parking spaces. An external concourse will link passengers to the car parking areas along with new bus stops, a taxi rank, pedestrian footpaths and a cycle store.
In addition, the new station facilities and better integration with local bus services make it easier for passengers to use the train to travel between Bromsgrove and Birmingham and Worcester. It will also reduce congestion and carbon emissions and make it easier to access the town. In turn, this will make the local area more attractive for businesses and encourage job creation in the Bromsgrove area.
Bromsgrove - New Station platformsThe station is fully accessible to all users and has the capacity to handle 800,000 passengers per year. In addition, the longer platforms will allow additional rail services to stop at Bromsgrove in the future. Further railway construction works are scheduled during 2016 as Network Rail electrification works continue. Once complete, there will be four trains per hour between Bromsgrove and Birmingham.
The new railway station has been developed by Worcestershire County Council, the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), and Network Rail, with construction contractor Buckingham Group. It has cost £24m to design and build.
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