Both the railway and coach station are situated in the centre of Wolverhampton and it is possible to walk to the University’s City Campus.
Randall Lines and Lomas Street/North Road accommodation is also within 1 kilometre of the town centre, but if you have heavy luggage to carry, you may prefer to get a taxi.
If you are arriving by train and wish to use the bus to get to the campus you will have to make your way to Walsall Bus Station (at St Paul’s) and catch the number 51 bus at Stand G. This bus goes towards Birmingham and it is only a short journey to the campus (cost approximately £2.10). Get off the bus at Jesson Road (just before the Broadway traffic island) go down Jesson Road. Take the first road on the right, Gorway Road.
Alternatively, take a taxi from the station, which costs around £5.
For more information about local buses in Wolverhampton and Walsall:
Telford is our youngest campus and a place where technology is pushed to new limits. The facilities fit our engineering and built environment (as well as some of our computing and social work) students like a glove. It's possibly the brightest place in one of our greenest counties.
You will find us near to – but just far enough from – Junction 5 of the M54.
Trains from Telford Central go directly to Wolverhampton (15 to 25 minutes) and Birmingham (30 to 35 minutes).
Our free shuttle bus service takes you into Telford town centre - as well as to the bus and railway stations - on its way to Wolverhampton City Campus.