Midland Tram

Advertising with the Midland Tram network

The Midland Tram system is a light tram which serves a 12 mile line between Wolverhampton and Birmingham in the midlands. It also passes through West Bromwich, Wednesbury and Bliston.

Tram advertising has the power to reach and connect with a diverse audience, encompassing not only locals and commuters, but travelling tourists and everyone in between.

As a popular public transport service in the midlands area, this tram system links two major cities and offers a wide variety of advertising formats at each stop, including 4 to 48 sheet billboards, lift escalator panels and train car panels.

The Midland tram link operates seven days a week with a tram every eight minutes on weekdays, and every 15 minutes during the evenings and Sundays. Future extensions to the line are being planned throughout Wolverhampton and Birmingham city centres.

The area sees vast numbers of passengers thanks to its location in the heart of the midlands. Its close links to the centre of two busy cities provide the region with fast and frequent connections.

Around 96,000 people use the metro every week, the route is served by 23 stops and four have Park and Ride facilities. The Midland Tram is a vital network in linking to local and central areas in both cities.

Advertising on this network allows you to reach a wide range of passengers travelling between both cities and the surrounding areas.