Jubilee Bank Holiday bus timetables for Birmingham and the Black Country

The long Bank Holiday is something most people are really looking forward to. It’s a chance to relax, unwind, see friends and family and celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

However, if you’re planning to go out and about on public transport, you need to check your timetable. This is because the holiday will affect regular bus services.

National Express West Midlands is running a reduced bus service to enable its staff to take a break too. So you’ll find less options for getting in and around Birmingham and the Black Country.

Read more:Jubilee weekend in Birmingham and West Midlands – all the events, street parties, big lunches and more

A spokesman for National Express West Midlands said on its website: “On Thursday 2nd June and Friday 3rd June 2022 our services will be running to Sunday timetables due to the Bank Holiday. Normal service will resume on Saturday 4th June 2022.

“On Bank Holidays – 2nd and 3rd of June – our contact centre will be open as usual, but with less colleagues than normal. This may cause a delay in calls being answered, so please bear with us.”

Jubilee celebrations in Birmingham

There’s lots going on over the Jubilee weekend that you’ll want to get to – from street parties and big lunches to concerts and special attractions. To make sure you are able to catch the bus to and from where you want to go, check the Bank Holiday timetable for your service here

There will be a huge party in Victoria Square in Birmingham to celebrate the Queen’s 70th year on the throne, with four days of live music, entertainment and food between June 2 and June 5. Check out our guide to all the Jubilee events in Birmingham here

Read more:Big Jubilee Lunch – how to get a free pack, close your road and host a street party

Read more : Jubilee street parties in the Black Country – all the road closures in Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall

Are you having a Jubilee street party you’d like to tell us about? Click here to share some details!

Interested in which roads are closed near you for Jubilee street parties? Find our full list for Birmingham here. Or for the Black Country, click here.

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