Motorists warned of resurfacing works at Kings Norton Railway Station

Motorists using the Park and Ride at Kings Norton  Railway Station are being warned of potential disruption during resurfacing works from Monday 17th October to Friday 28th October.

There will be reduced parking during this time, with no access to the station from Pershore Road South.

Motorists are reminded not to leave their vehicles parked overnight during the whole period of the works, and to allow extra time to park and ride.

There will be reduced access for pedestrians to use the station and cyclists will only be able to use stands by the front of the station building in Pershore Road South.

The work is being carried out by Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), part of the West Midlands Combined Authority.

Pete Bond, director of transport services for TfWM, said: “We apologise in advance for any inconvenience these works may cause but they need to be done and once complete will enhance the station environment.

“Motorists can also play their part by arriving in good time to get a free parking space or by considering using public transport to get to the station.”

The car park has 314 spaces and alternative parking can be found at neighbouring Longbridge, Northfield and Selly Oak stations.

Blue badge holders should use these stations as there will be no disabled parking spaces available during the works at Kings Norton.

The 18, 19, 45, 47, 49 and 146 bus services stop outside Kings Norton station. Visit http://www.networkwestmidlands.com/ for timetable information.

Related Posts

Recent Posts

Fire safety measures taking place at four Sandwell Council tower blocks.

Sandwell Council has started removing panels from balconies and some windows at four blocks of flats as part of a...

Tattoo festival with a twist to make its’ mark on the Midlands this weekend.

Some of the finest tattoo artists in the UK will converge on Walsall FC's Bescot Stadium on Saturday (01/07) for a...

Sparkhill man arrested in Spanish terrorism investigation

West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit detectives have executed a European Arrest Warrant in Birmingham this morning ((26/06). The warrant was...

Deborah Cadman OBE named as Chief Executive of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).

Deborah will play a key role in turning the region’s devolution deal with central government into reality, including working with...

Passenger punched in what is thought to be a racially motivated assault on a train

PC Piotr Gass, from British Transport Police (BTP), has released CCTV image of man he'd like to speak to after...