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In the News (Sun 18 Aug 19)

  
 CBRD - Bad Junctions - M40-A46-A429
The A46 was grade-separated already to the north, and this roundabout was built with provision for a flyover.
The A46 is a trunk road, the A429 (going into Warwick) is controlled by Warwick City Council, Warwickshire county council controls the other direction of the A429, and two different companies to the north and to the south maintain the M40 for the Department of Transport.
With the Barford bypass there is some recognition that the A429 is a important road and this junction a bottleneck.
www.cbrd.co.uk /badjunctions/40-46-429.shtml   (1209 words)

  
 How to get to Garden Organic Ryton - by bike
Continue along the road with the Park to your right until you reach a roundabout with the A45.
There is a cycle path alongside certain stretches of the road, but it is not continuous and the surface is poor in places.
Where the road meets the A45 there is a pedestrian subway (with bike-friendly slopes) which takes you under the A45.
www.gardenorganic.org.uk /gardens/gettorog_bike.php   (1434 words)

  
 Open Road - News
This stretch of road is currently single track with passing places (the only trunk road in the UK to be of such a poor standard), and it will be widened to two-lane single carriageway standards.
This improvement has widened the road to 6 lanes in each direction between J14 and 15 (Heathrow to the M4), and to 5 lanes each way between J12 and 14 (M3 to Heathrow), and will significantly reduce congestion on this stretch of motorway, which is the busiest in Europe.
The road was planned in the 1990's and all the statutory procedures were completed, so construction on the road should be able to begin next year.
www.open-road.org.uk /news.php   (7788 words)

  
 COTSWOLD - Find our offices
Take the first exit onto the Swindon Road (dual carriageway).This is the Cirencester ring road which loops round the south of the town.
This is the Cirencester ring road which loops round the south of the town.
The road name changes to Trinity Road  and the Council offices are on the right after the playing fields have been passed.
www.cotswold.gov.uk /nqcontent.cfm?a_id=1047   (1475 words)

  
  A44 road - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The road begins at a roundabout junction with the A40 road on the northern outskirts of Oxford in Oxfordshire.
Continuing in a north-westerly direction, the road passes the town of Pershore, and later meets the A422 road and A4538 road at a junction where the road turns left.
It terminates on the A487 road in the centre of the town.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/A44_road   (354 words)

  
 Observer | Labour plans mean 25pc more traffic
Road building schemes approved by the Labour government will cause traffic to increase by nearly a quarter, new research reveals today.
The figures for major road schemes under way or given the go-ahead were provided by the Department for Transport and the Highways Agency in response to parliamentary questions by Brake.
Government statements that benefits of extra road space should be 'locked in' - for example, by charging to use roads to stop big increases in usage - have not been matched by action, although there is a debate in progress about national road pricing.
observer.guardian.co.uk /print/0,,5321702-102279,00.html   (556 words)

  
 Cotswold Canals Trust - T&S Way
The basin at the end of the arm is marked by Whitworth Road, in honour of the Robert Whitworth who built the canal.
Follow the footpath towards Cricklade and on to the old road for one kilometre to the former Cricklade wharfhouse (099945).
Follow the road verge for 100 metres to the right and turn left, over two stiles to rejoin the dry channel and towpath of the Thames and Severn Canal.
www.cotswoldcanals.com /t&s_way.htm   (4737 words)

  
 A44 road at AllExperts
The road begins at a roundabout junction with the A40 road on the northern outskirts of Oxford in Oxfordshire.
Continuing in a north-westerly direction, the road passes the town of Pershore, and later meets the A422 road and A4538 road at a junction where the road turns left.
It terminates on the A487 road in the centre of the town.
en.allexperts.com /e/a/a/a44_road.htm   (396 words)

  
 Khalsa Hockey Club
If you are coming from the south, leave the M40 at junction 13 and turnright at the end of the slip road.
Travellers from the north and south are now on the same road (the A425).
The road splits into two lanes after the bridge and you need to be in the second lane.
www.khalsahc.co.uk /directions_pitch.htm   (542 words)

  
 Khalsa Hockey Club
Turn left on to Myton road and follow this road staright to the end.
At the end of the road you come to a roundabout, follow the road ahead onto Warwick road.
Continue along this road and until you come to a roundabout.Turn left on to Myton road and follow this road staright to the end.
www.khalsahc.co.uk /directions_Club.htm   (833 words)

  
 Fosse Way - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is possible therefore that the road began as a defensive ditch which was later filled in and converted into a road.
The Fosse Way is the only Roman road in Britain to retain its original Latin name, most others were named by the Saxons, centuries after the Romans left Britain.
Between that point and Bath the only modern routes to follow the road are short, unconnected sections of a few country lanes.
www.netipedia.com /index.php/Fosse_Way   (457 words)

  
 Barford
On the A429 road from Warwick to Cirencester and beyond, Barford is a pleasant village.
St Peter's church is just off this road - into the village proper at a mini roundabout near the Joseph Arch pub.
One of the newer rings in the Diocese these were installed in 1994 during the incumbency of a ringing vicar, Gordon Benfield, being an augmentation from a ringable 3, these being rehung by Taylors in 1909.
www.mikechester.f9.co.uk /barford.htm   (105 words)

  
 Wiltshire County Council | Roadwatch
Trowbridge, Summerleaze junction with Westfield Road and Manor Road to junction of Westfield Road.
 Road Closure on 14.07.07 from 06:00 to 18:00
The trunk roads that run through Wiltshire (M4, A303, A36, A417 and A419) are operated and maintained by the Highways Agency.
www.wiltshire.gov.uk /transport/clarence-roadwatch/roadwatch.htm   (710 words)

  
 SABRE - Road Lists - Roads by 10 - A433
The A433 is a 16 mile link road between the A46 north of the M4 and the A429 south of Cirencester, forming part of the primary route between Bath/M4 and Cirencester.
After a mile of dead straight Fosse Way, the road goes under the afore-mentioned Swindon to Gloucester railway, through a narrow bridge, the size of which suggests that this road was not as an important a road when the railway was built as it is now.
Interestingly, the 1932 OS map shows this road as the B4425, so it was renumbered as the A433 at some point and then renumbered back to the B4425 in the mid-80's.
www.uk-roads.co.uk /roadlists/r10/notes.php?number=A433   (634 words)

  
 A429 road - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The A429 is a main road in England.
 This United Kingdom road or road transport-related article is a stub.
This page was last modified 14:50, 22 November 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/A429_road   (78 words)

  
 SABRE - Road Lists - Roads by 10 - A429
The A429 used to go through the centre of Cirencester whilst the A419 passed straight across and skirted the edge of the town heading towards Swindon.
The A429 passes through the middle of the town and briefly multiplexes with, and has priority over, the A44 as that road does a dogleg through the town.
The A429 originally ended here on the A46, but since the A46 became the Warwick bypass, the A429 was extended along the route of the old A46 through Warwick.
www.sabre-roads.org.uk /roadlists/r10/notes.php?number=A429   (1364 words)

  
 Rural Roads - The Fosse Way - Page 1
The word Fosse comes from the Latin word for ditch (Fossa) and is appropriate for this road as for a long time, the western boundary of Roman controlled Britain was protected by a defensive ditch running between Exeter and Lincoln.
Whether the ditch was filled in and the road built later, or whether the road was built to follow the ditch is a subject of much conjecture.
Whilst much of the road isn't as straight as you might expect from a Roman Road, the pictures show that there are some very long straight sections along the route.
www.rural-roads.co.uk /fosse/fosse1.shtml   (447 words)

  
 Getting to Ryton - by bike
There is a cycle path alongside certain stretches of the road, but it is not continuous and the surface is poor in places.
Continue on this road, past the golf course on your right, until you reach a left turn signposted to Bubbenhall immediately opposite a large arched entrance gate.
Where the road meets the A45 there is a pedestrian subway (with bike-friendly slopes) which takes you under the A45.
www.organicgardening.org.uk /gardens/gettorog_bike.php   (1421 words)

  
 Barford Community Website
The Inspector did comment strongly on the poor provision for pedestrians and cyclists on the whole of the A429 route through our parishes, and although that was outside the remit of the Inquiry it may hopefully be considered by the WCC in the near future.
The A429 is a Primary Road, linking Warwick and the M40 and A46 trunk road to the north, with Wellesbourne, Moreton in Marsh, Stow-in-the-Wold, Cirencester to the south.
The condition of the existing Grade II listed Barford Bridge, which carries the A429 over the River Avon immediately north of the village, is currently deteriorating as a result of the number of heavy goods vehicles which use it daily.
www.users.globalnet.co.uk /~kroberts/barford/html/bypass.html   (1162 words)

  
 A429 road
The A429 is a main road in England.
For much of it's length it follows the Fosse Way Roman road route.
 This United Kingdom road or road transport-related article is a stub.
www.danceage.com /biography/sdmc_A429_road   (226 words)

  
 How to Find Stow-on-the-Wold
This stretch of road is also the Roman Fosse Way that ran from Bath to Lincoln.
This road climbs the Cotswold Escarpment at Stanway.
This road climbs the Cotswold Escarpment at Broadway.
www.stowonthewold.net /findstow.htm   (418 words)

  
 Highways Agency - M40 Jct 15 (Longbridge)
The southern connection between the new dual carriageway and the A46 Stratford road would be a roundabout, which would also provide access to the B4463 and M40 Junction 15.
The signing, road markings, road lighting and road pavement would be updated to improve safety and driver understanding.
The A46 is part of the national strategic road network, providing the main link to Coventry, the M1 and the M6.
www.highways.gov.uk /roads/projects/4730.aspx   (518 words)

  
 Fosse Way - Wikinfo
The Fosse Way was a Roman road in England which linked Exeter (Isca Dumnoniorum) in South West England, to Lincoln (Lindum) in the East Midlands, via Bath (Aquae Sulis), Cirencester (Corinium) and Leicester (Ratae Coritanorum).
The road was an important part of the road network constructed by the Romans during their occupation of Britain.
Between that point and Bath the only modern routes to follow the road are short, unconnected sections of a few country lanes.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Fosse_Way   (1264 words)

  
 Returning from Ryton - bike
Get onto the righthand pavement and follow the curve of the road to the RIGHT and along the side of the A45 until you come to a pedestrian subway on the corner of the first road junction.
Follow this road until you reach a T-junction immediately opposite a large arched entrance gate marked Tantara Lodge.
Continue on this road until you reach a T-junction at the bottom of a hill with the river in front of you.
gardenorganic.org.uk /gardens/gettorog2.php   (742 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Festival is held in Coventry's "War Memorial Park" situated on the Southern side of the City, about half a mile outside the Ring Road and a few minutes walk from Coventry Railway Station.
Continue along the Kenilworth Road (A429) a short distance until you see the Park and Ride sign which directs you (right) into the park.
The War Memorial Park is situated just south of the Ring Road (circular, bright yellow thing in the centre).
www.jimsworld.me.uk /covfest/findthesite.htm   (197 words)

  
 TDA - (Print Version) - University of Warwick   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Please note the entrance to the Westwood campus is on Kirby Corner Road.
The University occupies an area to the west of the Kenilworth - Coventry section of the A429 (Kenilworth Road) and to the south-west of the A45 (Fletchamstead Highway), about 3 miles south of the centre of Coventry, and 1 1/4 miles north of Kenilworth.
The entrance to the Westwood campus is on Kirby Corner Road.
www.tda.gov.uk /skillstests/booking/findingatestcentre/centresmap/universityofwarwick.aspx?p=1   (89 words)

  
 Britain's Best Driving Roads
This road probably has the most ignored 40 mph limit in the country (there isn't a building or junction anywhere along its entire length), but the MoD police are so dim and lazy 60+ mph isn't a problem....
This in fact used to be an A-road, I've seen a couple of old maps from before the M4 was completed showing it as the A433 - the A433 now stops at Cirencester, as there's a weight limit on a bridge at Bibury (which is why the road was downgraded).
Lots of twisty bends, this road was originally 3 lanes, NSL most of the way (except where it goes through a few villages en route) and generally a lot of fun.
www.speedlimit.org.uk /drivingroads.html   (3802 words)

  
 Open Road - News
The road will be replaced with a new dual 2-lane motorway, vastly improving safety and reducing congestion on the route.
The new road will bring benefits to local people by removing traffic from local roads, and help the environment by reducing queues and congestion on the M8.
Open Road questions this stance, and we cannot see how anybody attending the exhibition would be influenced in their voting at the election.
open-road.org.uk /news.php   (7544 words)

  
 X1 Bus Service from Stratford to Warwick, Kenilworth and Coventry
This is the A439, Warwick Road, as it leaves Stratford.
This is a view of the approach to Coventry along the Kenilworth Road.
Approaching Coventry along the A429, the road passes over a bridge over the London to Birmingham railway line, and Coventry station.
mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk /heartofengland2/stratford/x1.htm   (1638 words)

  
 Bed and Breakfast Bourton-on-the-water, Cotswolds, England
Elvington house is in Rissington road (as shown on the lower map).
The road is straight for a very short distance, halfway down this straight bit of road, indicate left, just before it begins to bend to the left, start to slow down and Elvington house will be visible on your left just around the corner.
Follow the footpath back to the main A429 road, turn left, cross the road and the bus stop is around 100 yards.
www.bandb.fsnet.co.uk /map.htm   (276 words)

  
 South West Warwick Development - Ghost Island Junctions - Warwickshire Web
The new ghost island junctions will be located on the A429 Stratford Road approximately 0.4 km (0.23 miles) south of the town boundary in the locality of Campbell House and Longbridge Sewerage Works.
The works involve widening the Stratford Road over a length of 300 metres to create back to back ghost islands for right turning traffic to access the residential development located on the western side of the road and the existing accesses to the Longbridge Sewerage Treatment Works and Campbell House to the east.
Work of this type will require the use of part time and full time temporary traffic signals, and as the A429 Stratford Road is one of the main routes in to and from Warwick, delays and disruption are likely to be experienced by road users.
www.warwickshire.gov.uk /web/corporate/pages.nsf/Links/034D86CA3B92F0BA802572C000350928   (458 words)

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