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Northam Road (South Side - Brintons Road) Bus Stop to St Mary's Stadium

Northam Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 0PD

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Introduction

  • The following information describes the route from Northam Road (South Side - Brintons Road) Bus Stop to St Mary's Stadium.
  • The approximate distance of this route is 270m.
  • The route takes approximately 5-10 minutes.
  • The majority of paths along the route consist of flagstone paving and tarmac.
  • The potential hazards on this route include; congested pathways and steep slopes.

Northam Road (South Side - Brintons Road) Bus Stop

  • Northam Road (South Side - Brintons Road) Bus Stop is located on the south side of Northam Road.
  • This bus stop is used for buses going towards the City Centre/Shirley.
  • There is step-free access to the bus stop.
  • The bus stop is sheltered
  • There is fixed seating at this bus stop.
  • The seating does not have armrests.
  • There is no visual display at this bus stop.
  • There is no audio announcer at this bus stop.

Northam Road (South Side - Brintons Road) Bus Stop to the Overpass/Footbridge

  • Upon exiting the bus, turn left.
  • Continue ahead along Northam Road for approximately 110 metres towards the railway overpass/footbridge.
  • There are slight and steep slopes in places along this section of the route.
  • The path surface consists of flagstone paving.
  • The path surface is mostly even.
  • Approximately 35 metres after exiting the bus, the path bears right and down a steep slope.
  • Following this, the path bears back to the left and up a slight slope.
  • After approximately 50 metres you will reach the railway overpass/footbridge on your right.
  • Keep to the right at this section of the route as there is a steep left to right slope at the side of the path.

Overpass/Footbridge to the Outer Concourse - Step-Free Access

  • Once on the railway overpass/footbridge, continue ahead for approximately 60 metres.
  • You will then reach a ramp leading down to the outer concourse, via Melbourne Street.
  • The railway overpass /footbridge has a tarmac surface and is mostly level.
  • The ramp has a long, slight, downwards gradient.
  • The ramp has 2 level landings available.
  • Having reached the bottom of the ramp, bear right.
  • Continue ahead across the car park for approximately 40 metres towards the outer concourse.
  • The path along this section of the route is mostly level.
  • The path surface consists of tarmac.

Overpass/Footbridge to the Outer Concourse - Stepped Access

  • Once on the railway overpass/footbridge, continue ahead for approximately 60 metres.
  • You will then reach the steps leading down to the outer concourse, via Melbourne Street.
  • The railway overpass /footbridge has a tarmac surface and is mostly level.
  • There are 15+ clearly marked steps with handrails on both sides leading down to Melbourne Street.
  • The steps are at a height of 15cm.
  • There are 2 level landings available on the staircase.
  • Having reached the bottom of the steps, continue ahead along Melbourne Street.
  • After approximately 100 metres (bearing left onto the path after 70 metres) you will reach the outer concourse.
  • The path along this section of the route is mostly level.
  • The path surface consists of tarmac and block paving.

Outer Concourse