Located in the heart of the UK

Blythe Valley Park is strategically located at the centre of the UK’s transport network to making the commute as effortless as possible.

Located on junction 4 of the M42, you can leave your desk and be on the motorway in minutes.

The M42 links directly into the M40 (for the south); M5 (for the southwest); M6 north (for the northwest); M6 south (for the M1 south / A14M southeast); and M1 north (for the northeast).
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Drive times
Blythe Valley Park encourages sustainable alternatives to multiple car usage, and we offer a practical solution through the Blythe Valley Park Travel Share Scheme.

Register with Travelshare here and look for other members with whom you may be able to share.

You can then contact each other and work out a journey sharing plan which suits you all.
Dorridge Train Station36
Solihull Town Centre49
Birmingham International Station712
Birmingham International Airport712
Birmingham City Centre1226
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Bus travel
A free shuttle bus service to the park is available connecting the park with Birmingham International at peak times (18 mins). Seats must be booked in advance via the Zee Ride app -

The park is also served by the A7/8 Solihull circular with buses hourly throughout the day to Dorridge Station (13 mins) and Solihull Town Centre / Rail Station (30 mins).

The X20 bus runs hourly services at peak times from Stratford-upon-Avon (35 mins).

To view the latest bus timetables, please visit: for the A7/A8 route for X20 Updated Shuttle Timetable can be accessed here
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Rail travel
Blythe Valley Park is well served by rail with several stations within a 5km radius of the park.
From Dorridge station (6 minute drive)Mins
Birmingham Snow Hill22
London Marylebone1hr 45
From Birmingham International (12 minute drive)Mins
Milton Keynes41
London Euston1hr 10
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A connection through Blythe Valley Park is included in the Solihull cycle route network, and within Blythe Valley Park there are shared-use pedestrian and cycle routes alongside Blythe Gate and the Exit Road.

Controlled crossings on the A34 have been provided at the entrance and exit from Blythe Valley Park to assist with cycling and walking to work.