Worcestershire Parkway opened on 23 February 2020 as an interchange and park-and-ride station for Worcestershire. It sits on two mainline cross country links, with trains running North/South between Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol and the South West - and trains running East/West between Worcester and London.
Worcestershire Parkway is located just 1 mile outside Worcester, near the village of Norton and Junction 7 of the M5 motorway. With 500 car parking spaces the station is an easy park-and-ride option for onward journeys to many cities across the region, as well as giving fast and frequent rail access into Worcester's Foregate Street and Shrub Hill railway stations.
Services to and from Worcestershire Parkway station (as at February 2020) are run by Great Western Railway (GWR) to destinations including London Paddington, Oxford, Worcester, Hereford and Great Malvern; and CrossCountry, on its Cardiff Central to Nottingham route.
Light, bright and airy, the station is of an entirely modern design. A new cycleway connects the station to local road routes, and more than 50 cycle spaces and storage spots have been provided.