A38 Bromsgrove Route Enhancement Programme (BREP)
The A38 is one of Worcestershire's most important strategic transport routes.
The need to improve the A38 corridor from Lydiate Ash (M5, Junction 4) to Hanbury Turn (junction with B4091 Hanbury Road) was identified in Worcestershire’s Fourth Local Transport Plan.
The aim of the A38 improvements is to ensure the Bromsgrove area can be ‘open for business’ by supporting economic growth. The improvement schemes include a series of junction enhancements where delay and congestion are currently experienced or where conditions are predicted to deteriorate further without intervention. They also include a range of improvements to cycling and walking routes alongside and across the A38.
There are four phases of improvement works in different stages of progress.
- Phase 1: Completed in spring 2021
- Phase 2: Completed in spring 2021
- Phase 3: In Progress
- Phase 4: In development
Download: BREP Map September 2023 (PDF)
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Latest news on the project, including how delivery is progressing and the latest newsletters for the scheme.
A38 BREP Phase 3 improvements (in progress)
An overview of A38 Phase 3 improvement proposals, how the schemes have been developed and maps showing improvement locations.