Get to i54 South Staffordshire
The i54 South Staffordshire development is an important employment location and access for employers, commuters and visitors is extremely important.
The site is conveniently located adjacent to the M54 motorway on the boundary between Staffordshire & Wolverhampton and is bounded by the Staffordshire & Worcester Canal to the east, Wobaston Road to the south and Middle Lane and Farm Fields to the west.
The site is developing excellent public transport links to the surrounding areas including Stafford, Cannock and Wolverhampton.
Employees at i54 South Staffordshire are encouraged to use sustainable travel options and can take advantage of the discounts and incentives available to them. If you would like further information or advice and suggestions for your personal travel plan please contact 01902 555698 or 01785 276615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also sign up and register without obligation on the i54 South Staffordshire Car Share scheme to find potential car share partners. Find out more at i54 share.
i54 Car Share
i54share is a free to use lift sharing scheme that will help you find someone to share your journeys into work with on a regular or occasional basis, regardless of where you come from.
View more information here i54share
For further details & to sign up visit www.i54share.co.uk (external website)
Walking & Cycling
i54 can be accessed by cyclists & pedestrians from Wobaston Road and the canal towpath on the Eastern boundary of the site. Currently plans are being considered to extend the cycling & pedestrian access along the Southern slip road of the new access from the M54 Junction 2 and further connections into Wobaston Road.
i54 Public Transport
Employers at i54 are supporting the travel plan commitment to provide viable sustainable public transport access to the i54 site. Find out how you can benefit from the enhanced public transport provision to i54, including links to rail stations.
Information & Useful Links
Visitors to the i54 South Staffordshire site are encouraged to use sustainable travel modes rather than drive alone in the car.