The Royal tram stop

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The Royal
Midland Metro
Midland Metro tram stop
The Royal tram stop in 2008.jpg
The Royal tram stop
Location Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton
England
Line(s) Line 1 (Birmingham – Wolverhampton)
Platforms 2
History
Opened 31 May 1999
Traffic
Passengers (2015/16) Approx. 450 daily[1]

The Royal tram stop is a tram stop in Wolverhampton, England. It was opened on 31 May 1999 and is situated on Midland Metro Line 1. The stop is named after The Royal Hospital which closed in 1997.

It is the only intermediate stop on the northern street running stretch of the Midland Metro line, and is located in the central reservation of the A41 Bilston Road.

Services[edit]

Mondays to Saturdays, Midland Metro services in both directions between Birmingham and Wolverhampton run at six to eight-minute intervals during the day, and at fifteen-minute intervals during the evenings and on Sundays.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2016 West Midlands Travel Trends Covering Report" (PDF). West Midlands Combined Authority. p. 39. Retrieved 23 January 2017. 
  2. ^ "Midland Metro timetable". Network West Midlands. Retrieved 14 December 2015. 
Preceding station   MidlandMetroGenericSymbol.svg Midland Metro   Following station
Priestfield   Line 1   Wolverhampton St George's
  By 2019  
Priestfield   Line 1   Piper's Row
or
Wolverhampton St George's

Coordinates: 52°34′52″N 2°07′02″W / 52.58107°N 2.11711°W / 52.58107; -2.11711