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Wolverhampton Train Station to Molineux Stadium

Railway Drive, Wolverhampton, WV1 1LE

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Introduction

  • The following information describes the route from Wolverhampton Train Station to Molineux Stadium.
  • The approximate distance of this route is 1.2km.
  • The route takes approximately 15 minutes.
  • The route leads from Railway Drive, along Ring Road St Davids, Ring Road St Patricks and Ring Road St Peters to the stadium.
  • The majority of path surfaces consist of concrete tiles and block paving.
  • There are some steep slopes and slight gradients in places along the route.
  • There is street signage located along the route directing you to the stadium.
  • The visual indicators at the crossing points are activated by push buttons, these are between the heights of 95cm and 105cm.

Wolverhampton Train Station

  • There is step-free access via lift, leading from the station platforms to the station concourse area.
  • Accessible toilets are available on the station platforms.
  • There is step-free access along the station concourse.
  • There is step-free access when exiting the station.

Wolverhampton Train Station to Wednesfield Road Crossing Point

  • As you exit Wolverhampton Train Station onto Railway Drive, proceed up the steep sloped path.
  • The path surface consists of block paving.
  • The station car park is located on your left-hand side.
  • The surface of the path changes from block paving to tarmac.
  • At the bridge crossing, bear left and follow the path.
  • The surface of the path changes from tarmac to concrete tiles.
  • The path has a steep downhill slope.
  • Bear right and follow the path under the bridge onto Ring Road St Davids,
  • Continue along the path for approx. 70m until you reach the Wednesfield Road pedestrian crossing.

Wednesfield Road Crossing Point

  • The Wednesfield Road crossing point consists of three road crossings.
  • At the first crossing point traffic is coming from your right.
  • At the second crossing point traffic is coming from your left.
  • At the third crossing point traffic is coming from your left.
  • There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving at each crossing point.
  • The surface of each crossing point is concrete tiles and block paving.
  • Each crossing point is controlled by a visual indicator.
  • The visual indicators are activated by push buttons.
  • There are rotating cones located at the base of the push button boxes to indicate when it is safe to cross.
  • There is step-free access throughout this part of the route.

Wednesfield Road Crossing Point to Stafford Street Pedestrian Crossing Point

  • After completing the crossing at Wednesfield Road turn left and follow Ring Road St. Patricks.
  • The surface of the path along Ring Road St. Patricks consists of concrete tiles.
  • There is a slight uphill slope along Ring Road St. Patricks.
  • After approximately 50m Ring Road St. Patricks crosses Littles Lane.
  • There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving at this crossing point.
  • There are no pedestrian crossing signals at this crossing point.
  • Caution is advised when crossing because of traffic.
  • The traffic is moving from both directions.
  • After crossing Littles Lane the route follows Ring Road St. Patricks.
  • There is step-free access throughout this part of the route.
  • The surface of the path along Ring Road St. Patricks consists of concrete tiles.
  • There is a slight uphill slope along Ring Road St. Patricks with uneven surfaces.
  • Follow the path until you reach the pedestrian crossing at Stafford Street.

Stafford Street Pedestrian Crossing Point

  • Stafford Street crossing point consists of four road crossings.
  • At the first crossing point traffic is coming from your right.
  • At the second crossing point traffic is coming from your right.
  • After the second crossing and before the third crossing, there is a narrow traffic island.
  • At the third crossing point traffic is coming from your left.
  • At the fourth crossing point traffic is coming from your left.
  • There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving at each crossing point.
  • The surface of each crossing point is concrete tiles and block paving.
  • Each crossing point is controlled by a visual indicator.
  • The visual indicators are activated by push buttons which are 100cm high.
  • There are rotating cones located at the base of the push button boxes to indicate when it is safe to cross.
  • There is step-free access throughout this part of the route.

Stafford Street Crossing Point to the Outer Concourse

  • After completing the crossing at Stafford Street, the route follows Ring Road St Peters.
  • The surface of the path along Ring Road St Peters consists of concrete tiles.
  • There is a slight downhill slope along Ring Road St Peters with uneven surfaces.
  • Bear left and you'll pass the School of Art and Media on your right-hand side.
  • After approx. 10m, there are steps on your right-hand side and the path to your left hand side.
  • Continue along the path until you reach the top of the ramp.
  • The ramp is steep downhill.
  • There is a handrail on your right-hand side but it does not cover the full length of the ramp.
  • Halfway down the ramp turn left and continue ahead.
  • There are uneven surfaces at this part of the ramp.
  • There is a handrail on your left-hand side that covers this part of the ramp.
  • At the end of the ramp, turn right and follow the path to Molineux Street.
  • The surface of the path changes to concrete tiles.
  • There are bollards which are over 150cm wide.
  • Cross Molineux Street onto the outer concourse (Sir Jack Hayward statue).
  • On matchdays this part of the route can become congested.

Outer Concourse and Walkways