Nearly half a million pounds of improvements are to be made to Bilston Bus Station in Wolverhampton.
The 14-year-old facility, adjacent to the Bilston Midland Metro stop, will have a range of improvements carried out. The £489,000 worth of changes, approved by councillors on the West Midland Passenger Transport Authority (WMPTA), will include new easy access kerbing, improved signage and speed-calming measures.
A disabled toilet, enhanced internal facilities and extensive refurbishment will also improve the overall appearance and environment. "We are underlining the importance of Bilston as an important part of the public transport network for Wolverhampton and the Black Country," said Coun Paul Allen, WMPTA vice chairman and Wolverhampton member.