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Red Routes

Red Routes (Bus stop)

Red Routes were first introduced in the West Midlands in 2003 to make journeys quicker, more reliable and safer for everyone. Since their introduction in 2003, 14 Red Routes (66km of highway network) has been implemented across the West Midlands. The emerging results are encouraging and clearly demonstrates that Red Routes are making a positive contribution to West Midlands Local Transport Plan (LTP) Targets.

Emerging Benefits of the Red Route Network

Further Red Route Network Development

A further 10 routes (54km of highway network) is scheduled for implementation in 2010 / 2011. Following a series of lessons learnt workshops these routes will embrace the following principles: