Wolverhampton St George's tram stop
|West Midlands Metro tram stop|
A tram at its terminus at Wolverhampton St. George's.
|Line(s)||Line 1 (Birmingham – Wolverhampton)|
|Opened||31 May 1999|
|Passengers (2015/16)||Approx. 6,167 daily|
Wolverhampton St George's tram stop is a tram stop in Wolverhampton, England. It was opened on 31 May 1999 and is the current terminus of the West Midlands Metro Line 1. The stop is located in Bilston Street. It is one of two stops on the Wolverhampton end of the Metro (along with The Royal) that are not on the former railway track bed.
The stop was built as a single island platform with two platform faces, with a crossover just outside the stop, though in 2015, the northern track was removed, leaving just the southern platform in use by trams. It is on the edge of Wolverhampton's main shopping area, and around a quarter of a mile from Wolverhampton railway station.
There are plans to extend the line, with a branch running from St. George's to the nearby bus and rail stations, and at a later date a loop through Market Street and Lichfield Street.
Mondays to Fridays, Midland Metro services in each direction 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. They run at eight minute intervals on Saturdays.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Wolverhampton St George's tram stop.|
- Article on this Metro stop from Rail Around Birmingham & the West Midlands
- Article about this stop from thetrams.co.uk
- "2016 West Midlands Travel Trends Covering Report" (PDF). West Midlands Combined Authority. p. 39. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2 February 2017. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
- "£30m Midland Metro extension plan revived". Express & Star. Retrieved 16 March 2013.
- "Midland Metro timetable". Network West Midlands. Retrieved 11 July 2019.
|Preceding station||Midland Metro||Following station|
|Terminus||Line 1||The Royal|
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