Worcestershire County Council’s A38 Bromsgrove Route Enhancement Programme (BREP) has been included in a priority list of schemes for government funding by Sub-national Transport Body Midlands Connect, with a funding request for £42 million to deliver it.
The proposed scheme is amongst 11 in the Midlands submitted to the Department for Transport, as part of a £3.5 billion fund.
The BREP follows work that began last year to make improvements to the junction with Barley Mow Lane, M5 Junction 4 and M42 Junction 1.
This new wider proposed programme of works is being developed to deliver additional improvements on the A38 corridor between Lydiate Ash and the Hanbury Turn and consists of 12 individual schemes.
The priorities for the overall scheme include:
- reducing congestion, increasing journey time reliability and reducing travel costs
- supporting economic and employment growth
- supporting all road users by increasing connectivity for pedestrians and cyclists
- supporting access to and from the M5 and M42 strategic road network (SRN)
Information sessions 2020
A map of the Bromsgrove Route Enhancement Programme
View a close up map of each proposal
On the above map there are a series of numbers and letters. This is a key. Below are individual maps of each of the proposed schemes:
Download: Scheme 2 map
Download: Scheme 3 map
Download: Scheme 4 map
Download: Scheme 5 map
Download:: Scheme A map
Download: Scheme B1 map
Download: Scheme C map
Download: Scheme D map
Download: Scheme E map
Download: Scheme F map
Download: Scheme G map
Do you have a comments or questions?
If you have any comments or questions on the proposed Bromsgrove Route Enhancement Programme email: email@example.com
Deadline for comments or questions is Friday 20 March 2020.
Any comments received after this date will not be considered. Any personal information provided will not be shared with any other party and will be used for internal purposes only
What happens next
Unfortunately, it is not possible to respond directly to your feedback, however, all comments will be considered, and a summary published on the the A38 Bromsgrove Improvements page during early summer 2020.
If the bid is successful, we should get confirmation of the funding from the Department for Transport (DfT) later this year.