Bromsgrove Transport & Travel
The A38 runs through the east of the town, allowing for very quick access to the M5 which borders the town to the west, and the M42 which starts at the north of the town. This, combined with its convenient public transport (Birmingham New Street Station is a mere 20 mins on the train) makes Bromsgrove a popular town with commuters. Bromsgrove's recently rebuilt railway station opened in July 2016 and is located towards the south of the town, sitting at the bottom of the famous Lickey incline, the steepest incline in the British railway network. Bromsgrove's town centre is also home to a bus station convieniently located next to the high street, where buses can be found running to areas throughout Worcestershire and the West Midlands.