M6 J7 Great Barr Interchange

Layout and signage

Birmingham (N)
Walsall
A34
  A34     A34   Birmingham (N)
A34

Lane configuration

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  • Lane 1 exits and does not return (part time using the hard shoulder).
  • Lane 2 continues, with option to exit.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.
  • Then further along:
  • Lane 1 is gained from the entry sliproad.
  • Lane 2 continues ahead.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.

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  • Lane 1 exits and does not return.
  • Lane 2 continues ahead.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.
  • Then further along:
  • Lane 1 is gained from the entry sliproad (part time using the hard shoulder).
  • Lane 2 continues ahead.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.

Other events

  • Signs Variable Speed Limits apply
  • Signs Variable Speed Limits apply

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