|Location Map ( geo)|
|Approaching Bickenhall from the south|
|near B'ham Airport / N.E.C|
|Three-Level Stacked Roundabout|
|Junctions related to the M42|
M42 J10 • Umberslade Interchange • Harvester Island • Hopwood Park Interchange • Coleshill Interchange • Water Orton Interchange • Dunton Interchange • Appleby Magna Interchange • Copt Hill Interchange • Monkspath Interchange • Portway Island • Lydiate Ash • Catshill Interchange • M42 J17 • M42 J16 • M42 J13 • M42 J15 • M42 J12 • M42 J14 • M42 J5A
The layout of the junction is unusual as the western side of the roundabout passes over the A45, while the eastern side passes under it. The only other junction to do this is the M4/A470 junction near to Cardiff.
Despite the elaborate appearance of the junction, the A45 is the only road here that pre-dates the M42. Additional sliproads were added in the 1990s.
|The NORTH (M1 & M6), London (M1), Lichfield, Tamworth|
|The SOUTH WEST (M5), London, Solihull, Warwick (M40)|
|Birmingham, Birmingham Airport, Birmingham International Station, Elmdon Trading Estate|
|Coventry, Leamington, (A452), Middle Bickenhall, Meriden, Business Park|
|National Exhibition Centre|
|National Motorbike Museum|
- The M42 Junction 6 Development Consent Order 2020 - This Order authorises Highways England to undertake works to Junction 6 of the M42 and to carry out all associated works and to construct a new 2.4 kilometre dual carriageway connecting a new Junction 5A of the M42 with the existing Clock Interchange.
- Application by Highways England for an Order Granting Development Consent for the M42 Junction 6 Improvement: Examining Authority’s Report of Findings and Conclusions and Recommendation to the Secretary of State for Transport 21.02.2020 (archive.org)