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What is Sprint

Sprint is a key element of delivering an integrated, environmentally friendly transport network for the West Midlands.

It has been designed to support our region's economic growth and expanding population, and will actively combat congestion by offering reliable, connected, and sustainable public transport.

The Sprint Corridor

Bus priority corridors are essentially an extended stretch of road, designed to put bus passengers first. They include a number of measures to improve  bus travel. In the case of Sprint, these include extended bus lanes and priority signalling.

For all passengers this means quicker journey times and greater reliability for all buses – without vehicles going faster.

Find out more about the construction of the corridor.

The Sprint Shelters

Over 95 enhanced bus shelters designed specifically to improve both the comfort and safety of bus users are being introduced along the corridor – allowing easy access to vehicles, reducing bus stopping times and enabling for more reliable onward travel.

Find out more about the Sprint bus shelters. 


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Benefits of Sprint

Developing Sprint