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18/10/2017
Marston Green station car park in one week closure for improvements

Commuters using the park and ride facilities at Marston Green railway station in Solihull are being advised of a one week closure for improvement works to take place.

The car park will be unavailable between Monday October 23 and Sunday October 29 while resurfacing work is carried out by Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), part of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).

Motorists are being asked not to leave their vehicles in the car park overnight from Sunday October 22 onwards.

The car park will be closed for the duration of the works and no parking will be available at the station during this time, although the nearby park and ride at Elmdon Lane will be open.

The station will remain open for passengers, cyclists and pedestrians who will be able to continue to access it. The bus/rail interchange will also continue to operate.

Steve McAleavy, TfWM interim director of transport services, said: “We apologise for any inconvenience but these improvements will be of great benefit to the station and its users once complete.”

For more information go to the Network West Midlands website.


More information from Mark Langford, media officer, on 0121, 214 7278, mobile 07824 626952, email mark.langford@wmca.org.uk

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