New Cross Hospital is located near
Wednesfield on the eastern side of Wolverhampton.
From the North – take J11 off the M6 then follow
Cannock Rd/A460 to Wolverhampton (go through 4 roundabouts). Turn
left to Bushbury Road and continue onto Church Street. Keep left at
the fork then turn left onto Wolverhampton Road then take the 2nd
left to New Cross Hospital.
From the South – take J10a off the M6 then follow
the M54. Take the slip road to Cannock Rd/A460 off the M54. At the
roundabout take the first exit onto Cannock Rd/A460 to
Wolverhampton (go through 4 roundabouts). Turn left to Bushbury
Road and continue onto Church Street. Keep left at the fork then
turn left onto Wolverhampton Road then take the 2nd left to New
From Wolverhampton City Centre – take the ring
road St. Patricks/A4150 then turn left onto the Wednesfield
Rd/A4124 then continue to follow Wednesfield Rd/A4124 then take
slight left into Wolverhampton Rd then take the 2nd left into New
Car Parking and
New Cross Hospital has five designated public
car parks within its site. All car parks can be accessed from
the hospital main entrance at Wolverhampton Road and the Prestwood
|Up to 15 minutes
|Over 15 minutes and up to 1 hour
|Over 1 hour and up to 3 hours
|Over 3 hours and up to 5 hours
|Over 5 hours and up to 24 hours
|Weekly ticket (7 consecutive days)
A weekly (7 consecutive days) parking ticket allows an unlimited
number of entries to any of the barrier car parks on the premises
within the specified 7 day period.
We have concessions for Renal patients
receiving dialysis and Oncology patients receiving Chemotherapy and
Radiotherapy treatment. For details please contact the
department you receive your treatment from.
are designated disabled parking spaces within the public car parks
in the hospital. Standard parking charges also apply to blue
Click here to view the Hospital site map showing disabled parking
Pay on Exit
All public car parks within
the hospital are barrier controlled. Collect a ticket at the
entrance barrier. Take the ticket with you and when you are ready
to leave pay at one of the pay stations before returning to your
Pay stations are situated in the car parks.
These pay stations:
- Accept notes and coins
- Give change
- Charge only for the time parked
As the New Cross Hospital site is under increasing
pressure for parking, the Trust encourages patients and the public
to think differently about how they travel and consider more
sustainable methods of transport; for example using public
Travel by bus
New Cross Hospital is within easy
reach of Wolverhampton Town Centre. The nearest bus station is the
Wolverhampton Bus Station adjacent to the Wolverhampton railway
station in the city centre, approximately 2.0 miles away.
- Bus Service Arriva X68 (free for patients /
The Arriva X68 service operates Monday to
Friday and is FREE of charge for NHS patients with an appointment
letter from RWT, Trust staff with an ID badge, children up to five
and people over 60 who are carrying an ID card.
Relatives of patients and the general public can also use the
single deck buses but will be charged a standard fare between the
two hospitals – £2.60 Adult Single/£1.80 Child Single (aged 5-15
Hourly services start at 6.54am in Wolverhampton and 7.30am in
Cannock with stops at Wolverhampton Bus Station, Wednesfield Road,
The Blue Brick, New Cross Hospital, Featherstone, Red White and
Blue public house, Longford Road, Longford Centre, Cannock Bus
Station and Cannock Chase Hospital.
There is an additional bus at lunchtime with the last services of
the day leaving Cannock Chase Hospital at 6.30pm arriving in
Wolverhampton Bus Station at 7.06pm.
The X68 will not operate the 12-mile route on public
X68 timetable - in operation from 7 September
- Bus Service No. 28
Willenhall via New Cross Hospital (Outpatients), Ashmore Park and
- Bus Service No. 57
Bilston via Stow Heath, New Cross Hospital (Outpatients), Long
Knowle and Willenhall
- Bus Service No. 59
Ashmore Park - Wolverhampton via New Cross Hospital (Wolverhampton
Road Entrance), Wednesfield
- Bus Service No. 69
Wolverhampton via New Invention, New Cross Hospital (Wolverhampton
- Bus Service No. 89
Wolverhampton via Bloxwich, New Cross Hospital (Wolverhampton Road
- Bus Service No. 25 &
Wolverhampton to Bilston via Three Tuns.
- Bus Service No. 25E
Comes into the New
Cross Hospital site in the evenings only.
If you require more information and
help with your travel arrangements, call into Wolverhampton Bus
Station or your local bus shop, or telephone 0871 200 22
33 (Bus and Metro only). Lines open Monday to Saturday
7.30am to 8pm and Sunday 10am to 6pm.
Travel by Train or
Wolverhampton has a regular
main line train service with trains arriving from Birmingham
approximately every 30 minutes. The nearest train station to
the hospital is Wolverhampton Train Station which is approximately
2 miles away.
Please visit the National Rail website or
contact them on 0845 7484 950 (open 24
hours) for more information on the trains from Birmingham and other
Metro is the light rail system for the West Midlands which
operates between Birmingham and Wolverhampton via key locations
including West Bromwich, Bilston and Wednesbury. 23 stops serve the
route - and four have Park and Ride facilities.
It operates seven
days a week with a 'turn up and go' every eight
minutes during the day and every 15 minutes during the
evenings and Sundays.
For more information
about the Metro go to the
Network West Midlands website.
Travel by cycle
Cycle routes using cycle
Walk to the