|West Midlands Transport|
|Operator||National Express West Midlands|
|Vehicle||Alexander ALX400, Volvo B7TL Plaxton President|
|Start||Stourbridge (9), Dudley (140) and Merry Hill Centre/Pensentt (X10)|
|Via||Halesowen, Quinton, Hagley Road, Bearwood, Five Ways|
|Length||approx. 9-15 miles|
|Frequency|| Service 9:
Mon-Fri mornings every 7/8 minutes, daytimes every 10 minutes, evenings every 20 minutes, Sat mornings 10/20 minutes, daytimes every 10 minutes, evenings every 20 minutes & Sun mornings, daytimes and evenings every 20 minutes Service 140: Mon-Fri mornings 20/30 minutes, daytimes every 30 minutes and evenings every 60 minutes, Sat mornings/daytimes every 30 minutes and evenings every 60 minutes and Sun daytimes/evenings every 60 minutes Service X10: Mon-Fri mornings/daytimes every 20 minutes & evenings every 60 minutes, Sat daytimes every 20 minutes & evenings every 60 minutes & Sun daytimes every 30 minutes & evenings every 60 minutes
|Journey time|| 9 approx. 1 hour, 15 minutes
140 approx. 51 minutes X10 approx. 1 hour, 3 minutes (Merry Hill-Birmingham) approx. 1 hour, 28 minutes (Pensnett-Birmingham)
|Day||05:00 - 00:05|
| † peak vehicle requirement|
'National Express West Midlands routes 9, 140 and X10 are bus routes operated by National Express West Midlands in West Midlands County, England.
The 9/140/X10 were pare of the Hagley Road service
Changes on service 9Edit
This route used to experience major competition from Diamond Bus. Competition was very intense between both National Express West Midlands and Diamond Bus, however over the past 2 years, Diamond has withdrawn operations on this route slowly withdrawing services 9, 9A, 9B and 9N.
On 22nd June 2008, Travel Express also withdrew all operations on service 9.
From July 24 2016 this service was withdrawn but replaced by faster/more frequent journeys on the new X10.