A441 road

A441 road shield

A441 road
Route information
Length: 20 mi (30 km)
Major junctions
North end: Birmingham
52°27′58″N 1°53′54″W / 52.4661°N 1.8983°W / 52.4661; -1.8983 (A441 road (northern end))
  [[Image:Motorway Left.svg|[ |x30px|link=]] M42 motorway Junction 2
A4540 A4540 road
A4040 A4040 road
A4023 A4023 road
A448 A448 road
A4189 A4189 road
A442 A442 road
South end: Cookhill
52°12′45″N 1°55′16″W / 52.2124°N 1.9211°W / 52.2124; -1.9211 (A441 road (southern end))
Road network

A441 is an A-road in England which runs from central Birmingham to Cookhill, Worcestershire.


Once one of the main routes between Evesham, Redditch and Birmingham, the A441 has now largely been superseded by A435 which has been upgraded to the East. Redditch was designated a new town in 1964, with this came major realignments of the major routes, including the A441, rebuilt to dual carriageway standard through the town. When the M42 was built in 1982, a link road was built from the A441 at Hopwood to a new junction East of Alvechurch. This later formed part of the Alvechurch bypass when completed in the 1990s. The final section of the road between Cookhill and Dunnington was downgraded in 1995.


The A441 starts on the Middleway in Birmingham as a non primary route, running largely parallel to the A38. It passes Calthorpe Park and the suburbs of Selly Park, Stirchley, Cotteridge, Kings Norton and West Heath before leaving the West Midlands and entering Worcestershire. The village of Alvechurch is bypassed to the East, connecting with the M42 at junction 2. Upon entering Redditch the A441 follows new town dual carriageway roads built in the early to mid-1970s including a short concurrence with the A448 where it gains primary status. Heading Southwards out of Redditch the former road is rejoined and it passes through the village of Astwood Bank before finally terminating at a staggered junction with the A422 South of Cookhill, just short of the Warwickshire border.

Former Routes

Bypasses and Realignments


Places of Interest Along the Route

Coordinates: 52°20′57″N 1°57′04″W / 52.3493°N 1.9510°W / 52.3493; -1.9510 (A441 road)

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