Parking for the Metro tram in Birmingham city centre

The Metro currently runs between Birmingham (Grand Central, Stephenson Street) and Wolverhampton, serving 26 stops in total.

There are four tram stops in the city centre – Snow Hill; Bull Street; Corporation Street and Stephenson Street.

The Metro runs every 6-8 minutes during the day and every 15 minutes on evenings and Sundays.

A further extension of the Metro will see it continue from Stephenson Street via Victoria Square (Town Hall), terminating at Centenary Square (Library, ICC/NIA).

There are various ticket options available for the Metro and full information can be found by visiting their website here.

Nearby car parking

If you’re driving in to the city centre and need somewhere to park while you catch the Metro, then B4 Car Park is perfectly situated. It takes just 3-4 minutes to walk to the nearest Metro stop on Bull Street.

The entrance to B4 is on Weaman Street, just off the A38(M). There are six levels of parking with lifts to all floors, toilets and baby change facilities. CCTV coverage and staff on site provide security and assistance if required.

B4 is open all day every day, so there’s no need to worry about getting back to your car in time.

The Metro is great for city centre shoppers

Get on the Metro at Bull Street and you only have to pay £1 for a short hop to reach the city’s main retail area. Just make sure you get on at Platform 1 towards Grand Central.

From Bull Street the Metro will take you to its next stop on Corporation Street where you’ll find House of Fraser, New Look and Superdrug.

From there it’s only a short walk to New Street for H&M, Body Shop, Clarks and Oasis. And just a little bit further to the High Street, for many more shops including Marks & Spencer, WH Smith, Boots, and the world’s largest Primark.

The final stop along the Metro route is Grand Central (Stephenson Street), Brum’s most recent retail offer anchored by department store John Lewis. Other stores in Grand Central include Fat Face, Monsoon, Paperchase and Holland & Barrett. Grand Central has a glass-covered pedestrian link through to Birmingham’s famous Bullring … and loads more shops!

Once your shopping trip is over, you can hop back on the Metro with all your bags, and head back to B4 to collect your car.

Up to 50% off

B4 Car Park welcomes everyone, however if you sign-up for FREE membership you get cheaper parking rates, with up to 50% off the standard tariff.

Find directions to B4 Car Park here.