|Location Map ( geo)
|4 miles (6.4 km)
|A41, A4098, B4163, A457, B4517, A4123, A459, A461
|Route outline (key)
The A4037 is a short urban road through the Black Country.
In 1922, the A4037 started on the A461 at Ocker Hill. When the A41 dual carriageway was built, the A461 was downgraded in this area and the A4037 took over its route north of this point to begin on the new A41 on the edge of Wednesbury.
West of Ocker Hill, the A4037 skirts Summer Hill before approaching Tipton from the north, where it goes under the Stour Valley Line and crosses the A457. It then intersects the A4123, crossing from Sandwell MBC into Dudley MBC in the process, and climbs past the Black Country Museum to end at a roundabout junction with the A459 and A461 on the eastern side of Dudley town centre.