|Location Map ( geo)|
|Forward Destination on|
|A34 • A454 • A461 • A463|
|Next Primary Destinations|
|Birmingham • Brownhills • Cannock • Dudley • Lichfield • Wolverhampton|
|Other Nearby Primary Destinations|
|Other Nearby Destinations|
|Bilston • Sutton Coldfield • Wednesfield • Willenhall|
|Places related to the A34|
|Places related to the A454|
|Places related to the A461|
|Places related to the A4041|
Walsall is a town in the Traditional County of Staffordshire and is part of the West Midlands conurbation. It lies to the east of Wolverhampton and to the northwest of Birmingham. It is a traditional centre of the leather industry.
It forms a focus for the road system in the north-east of the Black Country, and features an excellent example of an early 20th century bypass, the A4148 Broadway, which was constructed in the late 1920s.
Several routes run through the Walsall area.
|The NORTH WEST, Stafford, Telford (M54)|
|The SOUTH, Birmingham (M5)|
|Birmingham, Great Barr|
|Lichfield, Brownhills (A452)|
|Sutton Coldfield, Aldridge, Barr Beacon (B4154)|
|Ring Road||now A4148|