Perry Barr station reopened on May 29, following a year-long rebuilding project.
New facilities at the station, which will serve visitors to Alexander Stadium for this summer’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, include a ticket office, accessible toilet, and a new sports-themed frieze above the entrance.
The £30.9 million new station and bus interchange project partnership includes Transport for the West Midlands, the West Midlands Rail Executive, Birmingham City Council, Network Rail and West Midlands Trains.
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street said: “The Commonwealth Games, beyond being 11 exciting days of sporting spectacle, has the potential to deliver a lasting legacy for the people of the West Midlands for generations to come.
“The new station at Perry Barr is a great example of what that lasting legacy for our region actually means. It is a vast improvement on the old station - better lit, more spacious, and equipped with much better facilities including lifts to the platform.”