Key city agencies including Birmingham City Council and West Midlands Police are working together to ensure there is as little disruption as possible to local residents and businesses, however there are some temporary access restrictions which may affect some journeys between 28 September and 7 October. A map is available online.
The mall through the ICC will be closed to the public throughout the conference. The area around the building, including Centenary Square, the Hyatt Regency Hotel and the section of Broad Street adjacent to Centenary Square will see some changes to access:
Overnight Weds 28 Sept (8pm-5am):
5am Thurs 29 Sept 2016 to 5am Sun 2 Oct:
Overnight Thurs 29 Sept (8pm-5am):
5am Sun 2 Oct to 5am Thurs 6 Oct:
Overnight Thurs 6 Oct (8pm-5am):
Change to Moor Street car park egress
From 5 October 2016, cars exiting Moor Street car park, in the city centre, will not be able to proceed straight on to Moor Street, but will be channelled left onto Park Street and directed to exit the city through Digbeth. The new arrangement is intended to address congestion issues affecting bus services around Moor Street Queensway and will initially be trialled for four weeks.
More details are available at www.birmingham.gov.uk/connected
For public transport journey planning and ticketing information, go towww.networkwestmidlands.com
You can also earn rewards for walking, cycling or using public transport by using the BetterPoints rewards app – it’s free and easy to join. Go to www.betterpoints.uk for more information.