About Birmingham Coach Station
Formerly known as Digbeth Coach Station, Birmingham Coach Station is a major coach interchange connecting travellers to over 500 destinations throughout mainland Britain and Europe. Home and headquarters to National Express, the UK’s largest coach company. This major interchange hub recently underwent significant renovations, making it more passenger friendly to the tune of £15 million. The station services connections from National Express, Ulsterbus and Eurolines.
Birmingham Coach Station Infrastructure
Birmingham coach station is among the busiest in the UK. With 16 stands, the stations handles millions of passengers per year. The major providers that operate from Birmingham Coach station include Stagecoach, National Express, Megabus, ComfortDelGro and Transdev.
How to Get to Birmingham Coach Station
Moor Street is the nearest mainline Rail Station to the Birmingham Coach Station, located only 650 meters away. The main train station of Birmingham, Birmingham New Street, is also only 12 minutes away by bus, which leaves the train station every 15 minutes calling at the several local bus stops located directly outside the station. There is also a taxi rank at the station.
Birmingham Coach Station Services
Birmingham Coach Station has a great deal of services available including its own car park with free parking available for all travellers. There are several private parking facilities located within 5 minutes' walking distance of Birmingham Coach Station. In the Green Parking car park at Digbeth High Street and Oxford High Street, customers will pay a flat rate of £2.50/day. Travellers will find an information and ticketing centre in the Birmingham Coach Station where they can purchase or collect tickets. The inside of the station is an open plan concourse with cafes, shops and toilets designed by SBS architects. This station is open 24 hours a day and is usually staffed by at least 11 people who can be made available to passengers requiring assistance.