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Information about parking near Wolverhampton Station
Wolverhampton is a city in the English West Midlands with a population of a quarter of a million. It is close to Birmingham but separate in attitudes, accent and economy. Wolverhampton station is situated on the West Coast Main Line from London to Glasgow and also serves local lines and stations in Staffordshire and Shropshire. Passengers from Shropshire often drive to Wolverhampton and take the London train from there, since many London trains start their journey at Wolverhampton station and seats are likely to be available; the station is extremely busy before 9 and after 5.30 with passengers travelling to and from Birmingham to work or shop. These passengers all face the same question: Where to park near Wolverhampton station?
Some additional information about parking in wolverhampton station, to cater to all your parking needs
There are on-street pay-and-display parking spaces in Wolverhampton, but the maximum stay of 2 hours means that they will be of little value to anyone using the station for travel during the hours 08:30 am to18:00 pm. Charges range from £1.20 to £1.80 per hour, depending on location.
Wolverhampton Station has had for many years its own multi-storey car park run by National Car Parks with more than 800 parking spaces, and it was almost always possible to find a space there at any time of day. Sadly, this car park is closed with effect from 31 July 2019. From then on, the nearest parking spaces to Wolverhampton Station are:
No bus services call at Wolverhampton Station. The nearest bus stop is in Horsley Fields, from which the 529 service takes passengers to Wolverhampton Bus Station; from there, bus services are available throughout the West Midlands. It must be said, though, that it would be marginally quicker to walk to the bus station directly than to Horsley Fields.
The on-street parking spaces for blue badge holders closest to Wolverhampton Station are in Railway Street, just off Railway Drive. Parking there for the disabled is free of charge and stay is unlimited. Disabled Blue Badge carriers are allowed to park on single or double yellow lines for three hours provided there are no loading or unloading restrictions, and no obstruction is caused.
On-street parking is chargeable and limited to a maximum of two hours, from 08:30 am to 18:00 pm, 7 days a week.
On-street pay-and-display parking is free on bank holidays, but single yellow lines are still in force on bank holidays other than Christmas Day, though not on Sundays.
Wolverhampton Station has very good drop-off and pick-up facilities, and you can drive almost to the station entrance door to set down or collect a passenger.
Wolverhampton itself is short of attractions, but the RAF Museum at RAF Cosford is nearby and has its own railway station on the Shrewsbury line, though not all Shrewsbury trains stop there. Birmingham, with its multiplicity of attractions, is a 15-minute train ride away in the opposite direction.