AECOM is working with City of Wolverhampton, Dudley and Sandwell Councils to investigate options to improve transport links and pedestrian provision along the A4123 Birmingham New Road in the Black Country between A4150 (Wolverhampton Ring Road) in the north to A456 Hagley Road in the south. The dual-carriageway has been divided into five sections which are shown on the map below:
- Birmingham Road (A4150 to Cockhutts Lane)
- Thompson Avenue (Cockhutts Lane to A4039 Parkfield Road)
- Birmingham New Road (A4039 Parkfield Road to A461 Burnt Tree)
- New Birmingham Road (A461 Burnt Tree to Tower Road)
- Wolverhampton Road (Tower Road to A456 Hagley Road)
Our aim is to secure funding to develop schemes that improve the transport links along the A4123. To support this work, we are keen to understand how you travel along the A4123, any problems you experience while doing so and your views on what the priorities should be.
We should be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire via the link below. All data collected will be grouped together; you will not be identified or contacted. Any proposals we develop will be mindful of the emerging bus rapid transit proposals being developed by colleagues at Transport for West Midlands (TfWM).
The closing date for responses is Sunday 11th August 2019.