1986 TRANSPORT

                                       
 Although Cannock is not accessible by 
train, the nearest station being at    
Penkridge, 5 miles north-west of       
Cannock, the town is served by various 
bus companies.                         
 The "Chaserider":Midland Red North,   
operates a regular service from Cannock
to Birmingham via the M6. The West     
Midlands Passenger Transport Executive 
operates a comprehensive bus service   
throughout Cannock with its centre at  
Cannock bus station. There are two     
other bus companies that serve the     
Cannock area,the Blue Bus Service &    
the Green Bus Service.                 
 The A5,A34,A51,A460 principal roads   
run through the district. The M6       
motorway  is only two and a half miles 
from the centre of Cannock.            
 Licensed taxi cabs operate through the
district with a stand on The Green.    
 

Map of the area

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