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Walsall Home Removals.  Walsall (/ˈwɔːlsɔːl/ (audio speaker iconlisten), or /ˈwɒlsɔːl/; locally /ˈwɔːrsʌl/) is a market town and administrative centre in the West Midlands County, England. Historically part of Staffordshire, it is located 9 miles (14 km) north-west of Birmingham, 7 miles (11 km) east of Wolverhampton and 9 miles (14 km) from Lichfield.  Walsall Home Removals.

Walsall Home Removals.  Walsall is the administrative centre of the wider Metropolitan Borough of Walsall. At the 2011 census, the town’s built-up area had a population of 67,594,[2] with the wider borough having a population of 269,323.[3] Neighbouring settlements in the borough include Darlaston, Brownhills, Pelsall, Willenhall, Bloxwich and Aldridge.  Walsall Home Removals.

Walsall bus station is made up of two smaller bus stations, Bradford Place bus station and St Paul’s bus station, one being larger than the other and providing more services. Walsall Home Removals.  Over 90 bus routes operated by five bus operators serve Walsall. (Although other bus companies were perceived operating as independent companies, in reality they were part of the Thandi Group). Services from St Paul’s bus station leave Walsall in many directions; there are services south-east to Birmingham; west to Wolverhampton, Willenhall, north to Bloxwich, Cannock and Brownhills; and east to Sutton Coldfield and Aldridge, with many to the latter. In addition, services link Staffordshire areas such as Burntwood, Lichfield and Cannock. St Paul’s is also home to the Walsall Information Centre.  Walsall Home Removals.

Walsall Home Removals.  Bradford Place mainly operates buses to the south and south-west, to West Bromwich, Bilston, Willenhall, Darlaston, Oldbury, Dudley and Merry Hill Centre. There are also numerous shorter bus routes leaving from both stations which give the town centre a link to housing estates including Alumwell, Beechdale, Chuckery, Park Hall and the Walsall Manor Hospital.

Walsall railway station is situated on Station Street in the town centre and is also accessible from the Saddlers shopping centre. Walsall Home Removals.  There are typically four trains per hour from the station to Birmingham and one train per hour to Rugeley with fewer trains in the evenings and on Sundays. There is also a suburban station at Bescot.  Walsall Home Removals.

Walsall Home Removals.  Walsall is extremely well connected within the UK road network as it is served by the M6 which connects the M1 motorway towards London and M74 motorway towards Glasgow. There are three nearby junctions which serve Walsall on the M6 motorway: J7, J9 and J10. The stretch between these junctions is one of the busiest in Europe. The town is also served by A34 road which connects Manchester and the M42 motorway towards London, and is connected regionally by the A454 Black Country route. In 2018, the UK Department for Transport estimated 953 million miles were driven on Walsall’s roads.[39]  Walsall Home Removals.

A tram service began in the town towards the end of the 19th century and ran until 2 October 1933.[40]  Walsall Home Removals.

Walsall Home Removals.  Walsall Aerodrome operated from the 1930s until 1956.[41][42] The nearest airport to Walsall is Birmingham Airport, which is located within 30 minutes drive.

Walsall Home Removals.  The West Midlands Metro runs from Wolverhampton to Birmingham city centre and soon the metro will run and operate a tram extension from north of the former Wednesbury Town railway station across Potter Lane to a stop at Brierley Hill which will see the metro line use the corridor from Wednesbury Town to Dudley before running street level and back onto the track at Canal Street before branching off to Merry Hill and a tram stop at Brierley Hill.  Walsall Home Removals.

The corridor section from Walsall to Wednesbury Town has been preserved for freight traffic to use to Round Oak Steel Terminal in the near future. It is possible that the metro extension will look to run an extension to Walsall via Bescot but will utilise the line with either people carriers or tram-trains.  Walsall Home Removals.

Walsall Home Removals.  Walsall was also to be part of the former ‘5’ Ws scheme which would have connected it to Wolverhampton, Wednesfield, Willenhall and Wednesbury. Walsall Council decided to pull Walsall and Willenhall out of the scheme in favour of reopening the line to Wolverhampton to passengers via Darlaston and Willenhall. A proposal for the new stations to be built is part of a wider investment strategy to improve local services.[43]

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