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Getting around by bus, train walking and cycling couldn't be easier on and around the Pershore Road. With real time information available at all stations and many stops you know exactly when your next bus or train will arrive as well as where it's heading.
The 45 and 47 buses are the main services along the Pershore Road, with a combined 5 minute frequency. Download these timetables here.
Plan your bus journey on our interactive bus map.
You can even get text updates on your next bus departure times, or check them on your mobile or online. Visit netwm.mobi to find out your stop code or get your departure times.
The Cross City timetable runs every 6 minutes (at Peak Times) from Redditch to Lichfield, via Birmingham New Street.
A typical rail journey into New Street takes only 16 minutes from Kings Norton and 13 minutes from Bournville.
Anytime day return fares are £3.60 from Bournville or £3.70 from Kings Norton or you can purchase a travel card if you use the trains regularly.
There are cycling storage facilities available at both stations, so you can even cycle there, park your bike and then take the train.
Plan all your public transport journeys here
There are lots of pleasant areas to walk or cycle near the Pershore Road, offering scenic and relaxing ways to by-pass the traffic, in and out of Birmingham City Centre.
The Rea Valley route (cycle network route 5), runs through Northfield, Kings Norton, Stirchley, Cannon Hill Park into Birmingham City Centre, passing through peaceful nature havens. The trip from Kings Norton into town takes 48 minutes. Visit sustrans.org.uk/sustrans-near-you/midlands/easy-rides-in-the-midlands/rea-valley-route for more information.
You can also stroll along the Birmingham and Worcester Canal which goes through Kings Norton, Bournville, Selly Oak into Birmingham City Centre. Visit waterscape.com for details.
For a walking and cycling map of Birmingham which includes these routes, email email@example.com
To plan your walking journeys visit walkit.com
To plan your cycling journeys visit transportdirect.net