Birmingham’s well regulated taxis are especially convenient for those with heavy luggage or returning late from a night out.
TOA taxis are Birmingham's black cab operators. They can be hailed in the street or reached at one of the many taxi ranks in the city centre; the main ones are at New Street Station, Stephenson Street and Digbeth Coach Station.
ComCab - The Professional Choice in Birmingham. Taxis represent the quickest, most convenient option for travelling in and around Birmingham and Computer Cab is the leading licensed taxi operator in the city. Computer Cab operates all across Birmingham with a large ﬂeet of taxis available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Every one of our taxis is fully licensed and our fares are regulated by Birmingham City Council. The drivers are also fully licensed with excellent geographical knowledge of the city.
It's wise to pre-book for journeys of a longer distance or at particularly busy hours. Private hire cars should always be pre-booked and an estimate of the fare secured beforehand; to get a quote or to make a booking visit here.
T.C. Cars private hire taxi company has 300 vehicles, open 24/7. Running for over 25 years they are one of the largest most experienced cab firms around. With the airport at their doorstep they are also ideally situated between Birmingham City Centre and Solihull. Their fleet of NVQ Customer Service qualified, dress coded drivers will pick-up and take you to whereever you need to go. From their 4 passenger saloon cars through to their wheelchair access vehicles and 6-16 passenger minibuses their fleet is fully computerised, metered and GPS tracked. Their drivers also have access to the latest flight arrival times. Call them on 0121 770 2000 for an estimate or advice and when and where to book.
Whatever your level of mobility, you'll find Birmingham a welcoming destination with a high standard of accessibility, helpful people and clear signposting to the majority of attractions, shops and venues. For further information about assistance for disabled visitors, visit our Accessible Birmingham page.
New Street Travel Centre provide advice on journey planning and buying tickets. They stock printed maps and timetables. Travel operator information is available and is provided impartially without bias.