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Any diversions or road closures supporting regeneration projects can be found here. 




Visit the Transport for West Midlands website for any major travel disruption updates. 

We are working closely with Transport for West Midlands while the works to regenerate Dudley town centre take place.

They have advice on how to plan ahead and avoid disruption to your journey. 


Their website will be updated with the latest travel advice as each section of the works takes place and will include information for car drivers and the local bus network so remember to check back often.


Notice of forthcoming works - Birmingham New Road

Friday 15 March (starting from 00:01) until Monday 18 March (23:59)

A small section of Birmingham New Road A4123, by Hanson's Ale Bridge, between Burnt Tree and Tipton Road junction, will be closed to vehicles to allow the safe installation of the supporting cill beams for the Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension.

The Wolverhampton bound lanes will be closed, while one lane will remain open for traffic heading towards Birmingham. 

To facilitate these works, a diversion route for vehicles will be in place via Birmingham Road, while pedestrian access will be maintained at all times with designated crossing points in place. 

All local attractions and businesses remain open as usual for the duration of the works.

King Street and Flood Street junction closure

Monday 9 March for up to nine weeks

As part of the ongoing construction of phase one of the Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension to Dudley, King Street will close at the junction with Flood Street. The closure will enable us to safely carry out works to upgrade and install utilities in the area, as well as new lighting columns, kerbing, paving and resurfacing activities.

Access to all frontages on King Street West will be maintained at all times, while the service yard for Churchill Shopping Centre will be accessible from the Flood Street side of the closure.

Latest works



Stay up to date and check before you travel by following on Twitter:

@WMNetwork - for the latest bus, train or tram updates. 

@WMRoads - for the latest traffic updates. 

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