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Cab fare?

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Anyone know how much i should be expecting to pay for a cab from New Street Birmingham to Halesowen?

TIA
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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haha...i knew someone would have posted that...should have guessed u!
#3
google some local cab companies, give them a call and gauge a price that way brah?
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Depends on the time and what taxi you use.
If you get a 'Black Cab', which is usually the option outside New St... I would guess at anything from £15-25. As it would go through Broad St and Hagley Rd, in rush hour the meters still run even when stuck in traffic

Private hire would be cheaper as would the bus.

Edited By: scoff on Mar 16, 2011 14:09
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numptyj
google some local cab companies, give them a call and gauge a price that way brah?

speak to real peoples..... thats scary brah!!
scoff
Depends on the time and what taxi you use.
If you get a 'Black Cab', which is usually the option outside New St... I would guess at anything from £15-25.

Private hire would be cheaper as would the bus.

hey...i tried this taxifare calculator on the nets and it says £21. tbh i will prob just pay the 25squid and not have to flaff around. i get easily lost and confused. thanks though...as ur estimate matches the website.

the other option was to get a train to cradely heath and then cab it...but aparently gotta change stations to get to cradely!
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magicbeans
numptyj
google some local cab companies, give them a call and gauge a price that way brah?

speak to real peoples..... thats scary brah!!
scoff
Depends on the time and what taxi you use.
If you get a 'Black Cab', which is usually the option outside New St... I would guess at anything from £15-25.

Private hire would be cheaper as would the bus.

hey...i tried this taxifare calculator on the nets and it says £21. tbh i will prob just pay the 25squid and not have to flaff around. i get easily lost and confused. thanks though...as ur estimate matches the website.

the other option was to get a train to cradely heath and then cab it...but aparently gotta change stations to get to cradely!


I use a local company called Platinum cars- their charges are fair and they're normally really friendly (I think there's been 1 or 2 miserable drivers!) I can inbox you the number for them for a quote if you want? x x x

Edited By: midjet666 on Mar 16, 2011 16:04
#7
pay me £20 and ill take you there
#8
thanks midget...very sweet of u but i think ill pay the extra and not get confuzzled....its a one off trip so might as well keep it as easy peasy. thanks though
#9
muffin247
pay me £20 and ill take you there

can we go to the bull ring en route>?! haha :p

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