It is centred on the famous London to Holyhead Road and, since the 1990s, has been bypassed by the Black Country New Road. The northern stub of the spine road links the main A41 road with the Black Country Route; both of these roads opened simultaneously in July 1995. The section of Church Street and Hollyhead Road leading up to the junction with Bilston Road just over the border in Wednesbury was widened in 1997 to cope with spine road traffic, linking up with the remaining section of the route which gives an unbroken dual carriageway link with junction 1 of the M5 motorway at West Bromwich.
It has public transport connections with Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Dudley and Walsall.
Moxley is served by the Midland Metro with a stop located in Bradley Lane, which was opened in 1999 along the route of a railway line which had been closed to passengers in 1972 but part of it remained open to goods trains until 1992.
Several public bus services serve Moxley these are list below:
- National Express West Midlands and Midland Bus Company service 339 links the town to Bilston, Darlaston and Walsall.
- National Express West Midlands and Joes Travel service 79 links the town with Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wednesbury, Darlaston, Bilston and Wolverhampton (NXWM only)
- Banga Buses & Choice Travel service 530 links the town with Rocket Pool, Bilston and Wolverhampton
- Choice Travel service 680 links the town to Bilston
- Choice Travel service 523 links the town with Wednesbury and Bilston.
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