The refurbishment and development of our bus stations is a continuous process. They allow passengers to effortlessly access major centres or switch from one bus or mode to another.
Bilston Bus Station has CCTV, easy access kerbs at stands, improvements to lighting and information, staff facilities, and a café.
The station, which is next to Bilston Central Metro stop, handles more than 1,220 buses each day.
Bearwood bus station has three modern shelters, high quality carriageway and paving, CCTV cameras and Help Points.
The station also boasts electronic passenger information boards which show scheduled departure times.
Coventry Pool Meadow Bus Station
Coventry Pool Meadow bus station opened in 1994 and is the hub for all the city's bus services. It is located on Fairfax Street adjacent to the transport museum.
Pool Meadow has 19 bus stands, a Travel Shop, toilets and several retail outlets.
Wednesbury's £2.2 million bus station opened in 2004. The station provides a link to Wednesbury's shopping centre and Great Western Street Metro station.
Eleven enclosed stands feature lighting, seating, CCTV, electronic passenger information signs and information, toilets and art features. In addition there are staff and driver facilities on site.
The new state-of-the-art Wolverhampton Bus Station opened in July 2011.
The £22.5 million bus station is part of the wider £170 million Wolverhampton Interchange project which will rejuvenate transport, retail and leisure facilities in the city.
The facility has 19 bus stands with improved access for passengers to get to their stand without crossing any bus lanes. Bus stands have glass doors that automatically open when the bus arrives.
The bus station has three large, glass-enclosed passenger waiting areas, with a light and spacious concourse at the entrance. It also includes a Travel Information Centre, public toilets, and offices. The complex includes a newsagent and convenience store.
There is a covered pedestrian footbridge connecting the bus and rail stations which includes future provision for Metro.
A modern Travel Shop provides ticketing and information for all forms of travel, and audio-visual timetables give passengers the latest information on bus, rail and Metro services.
Stourbridge's new bus station and interchange opened in April 2012.
It has nine bus stands where passengers can wait in glass shelters with doors that automatically open when the bus arrives. There are CCTV and help points.
Electronic passenger information screens within the station tell people when their bus departs. The screens include Real Time Information where available.
There is a new passenger facilities building, shop and toilet block. A new pedestrian access ramp has been specifically designed for wheelchair users.
Passengers walking from Stourbridge town centre or Foster Street East will access the interchange through a refurbished, brighter and more welcoming subway which includes a new lift.
There are also cycling facilities, plus a covered pedestrian walkway and staffed information point.
Walsall Bus Station
St Paul's Bus Station opened in its current form in 2000. It has 14 stands split between the main facility and a smaller 'satellite' stand nearby.
The bus station has toilets, disbaled access, electronic information, CCTV and retail units.
As well as St Pauls there are seven bus stands at the Bradford Place interchange, which was refurbished in September 2011.
West Bromwich Bus Station
There are 24 stands at West Bromwich Bus Station, which won a UK Bus Award following its redevelopment in 2002. The bus station is located just across the road from West Bromwich Central Midland Metro stop.
The bus station has electronic passenger information, CCTV, toilets, retail units whilst the stand doors only open when a bus is at the stop, ensuring passenger safety.