New Street railway station is the largest of the three main train stations in Birmingham, England. 47.9 million annual passenger traffic and status of a central hub of the British railway system makes the station the fifth busiest railway station in the UK. Boasting 13 platforms, the station serves London, Edinburgh, and Glasgow destinations as well as local and suburban including Lichfield, Redditch, and Bromsgrove. In its lifetime, the station has undergone several redevelopments with the last one in September 2015. The new reorganization included a new concourse with a giant glass-roofed atrium, a new exterior, and a new entrance. Undoubtedly, the station corresponds to all high modern standards having WCs, waiting rooms, ticket offices, ATMs, luggage storage, Wi-Fi, and various cafes and shops. Conveniently, New Street Station is served by the West Midlands Metro tram system.