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In the News (Wed 16 Apr 14)

  
  SABRE - Road Lists - The First 99 - A44
The original starting point of the A44 was just east of Chipping Norton with the A34, however since the extension of the M40 in the late 80s, A34 traffic has been redirected onto the M40 and the A44 now starts at the far end Woodstock Road, north of Oxford, where it joins the A40.
After the A38 crosses in a staggered junction, the A44 continues via Deansway past the statue of Elgar and the Cathedral before swinging West to cross the river.
From the bypass the A44 heads over the railway line before turning left at a former T junction (the RHS being the B4361 to Ludlow), doglegging round the town centre, before meeting a signal-controlled TOTSO to the right (straight ahead being the other half of the B4361).
www.sabre-roads.org.uk /roadlists/f99/44.shtml   (2269 words)

  
  A44 road at AllExperts
The A44 is a major road in the United Kingdom that runs from Oxford in southern England to Aberystwyth in west Wales.
The road begins at a roundabout junction with the A40 road on the northern outskirts of Oxford in Oxfordshire.
It terminates on the A487 road in the centre of the town.
en.allexperts.com /e/a/a/a44_road.htm   (429 words)

  
 Euroroads: Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This is the road from Brno to Ostrava and the Polish border, towards Katowice.
A44 Part to the north of Düsseldorf is now completed, but to the east of Düsseldorf the road ends at the A3, and a part from a small portion around Velbert the way to Bochum is not there.
A96 This is the road from München southwest, to the Swiss/Austrian border.
members.chello.se /michaelfalk/euroroads/german_motorways.html   (2222 words)

  
  last minute A44_road - last-minute-report.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The A44 is a major road in the United Kingdom that runs from Oxford in southern England to Aberystwyth in west Wales.
The road re-emerges at Llangurig, and heading north-westerly still crosses the border into Ceredigion before reaching the coast at Aberystwyth.
It terminates on the A487 road in the centre of the town.
www.last-minute-report.com /A44_road   (483 words)

  
 wikien.info: Main_Page : A/A4/A44   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A44 or A-44 may be: A44 road, a major road in the United KingdomOne of the ECO codes for the Benoni Defense in chess..
The A445 road is a road in Warwickshire in the United Kingdom.
The A44 near Capel Bangor The A44 is a major road in the United Kingdom that runs from Oxford in southern England to Aberystwyth in west Wales.
www.hostingciamca.com /browse.php?title=A/A4/A44   (436 words)

  
 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
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 meets the A4440 road to the east of Worcester prior to travelling through the centre of the city.
At Leominster it meets the A49 road, and beyond the town turns right at a junction with the A4112 road, and proceeds through the small town of Kington.
www.the-dispatch.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=A44_road   (409 words)

  
 The A44 London to Aberystwyth Trunk Road (A34 Peartree Roundabout to A40 Wolvercote Roundabout) (Detrunking) Order 2002
This Order may be cited as the A44 London to Aberystwyth Trunk Road (A34 Peartree Roundabout to A40 Wolvercote Roundabout) (Detrunking) Order 200, and shall come into force on 30th March 2002.
The length of the trunk road described in the Schedule to this Order shall cease to be a trunk road and shall be classified as a principal road from the date on which the Secretary of State notifies Oxfordshire County Council that they will become the highway authority responsible for that length of road.
LENGTH OF THE TRUNK ROAD CEASING TO BE A TRUNK ROAD
www.opsi.gov.uk /SI/si2002/20020217.htm   (581 words)

  
 Cyngor Sir Powys County Council: A44 Llanbadarn Fawr Improvement
The A44 / A4120 Llanbadarn Junction is on one of the three main routes into Aberystwyth, handling around 19,000 vehicles a day.
The second junction to the west of the first where the A4120 meets the A44 is a traditional T-junction with priority given to traffic running in a north to south direction.
The first full road closure will be from the evening of Friday 20th October until the morning of Monday 23rd October when the existing system will be removed and two mini roundabouts, cable ducting and the pedestrian refuges will be installed.
www.powys.gov.uk /index.php?id=3140&L=0   (0 words)

  
 A34 (Winchester to Oxford; Kidsgrove to Manchester)
The road going south has a narrow lane joining it at right angles right next to a bus stop; formerly this was in a 70 limit, with people doing 70, round a bend.
The road continues with its delusions of "R"-hood until the Peartree Interchange, where it meets the A44 and the A40.
The road then slows down to the elevated roundabout that is the Wendlebury Interchange, J9 of the M40.
math.colorado.edu /~rmg/roads/a34.html   (1992 words)

  
 A44 road
The road begins at a roundabout junction with the A40 road on the northern outskirts of Oxford in Oxfordshire.
It has a grade separated junction with the A34 road (leading to the M40 motorway and Winchester).
It then crosses the border into the county of Gloucestershire where it meets the A429 road at a junction in Moreton in Marsh.
encycl.opentopia.com /term/A44_road   (350 words)

  
 thisisoxfordshire   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Five stretches of the A44 are set to be resurfaced in July, meaning lane closures, 10mph speed limits and temporary traffic lights.
One lane of the A44 between the Cassington Road and Rutten Lane roundabouts in Yarnton will be closed from 9.30am to 3.30pm on July 4 to 7.
The southbound lane of the A44 from Cadogan Park to Churchill Gate will be closed between 9.30am and 3.30pm on July 26 to 28, with traffic lights in place at either end.
www.thisisoxfordshire.co.uk /misc/print.php?artid=807499   (400 words)

  
 SABRE - Road Lists - The First 99 - A44
The original starting point of the A44 was just east of Chipping Norton with the A34, however since the extension of the M40 in the late 80s, A34 traffic has been redirected onto the M40 and the A44 now starts at the far end Woodstock Road, north of Oxford, where it joins the A40.
After the A38 crosses in a staggered junction, the A44 continues via Deansway past the statue of Elgar and the Cathedral before swinging West to cross the river.
From the bypass the A44 heads over the railway line before turning left at a former T junction (the RHS being the B4361 to Ludlow), doglegging round the town centre, before meeting a signal-controlled TOTSO to the right (straight ahead being the other half of the B4361).
www.uk-roads.co.uk /roadlists/f99/44.shtml   (2269 words)

  
 Street Works - Road Closure
I understand that the cost for a closure is as detailed in the guidance notes issued to me. I declare that I have consulted and discussed this closure with those likely to be affected and agree to provide and maintain all signing, including advanced notice boards, required for closure for the duration of the works.
The reason for road closure should include details of whether it relates to a development, particularly Section 278/38 Highways Act 1980 Agreements that may be in place or being negotiated.
You are also responsible for the erection, maintenance and removal of all necessary road closure and diversion signs and you should be aware that the road must remain open for pedestrians and access to frontages.
www.worcestershire.gov.uk /home/wccindex/wcc-ht-highways-licenses-apps/wcc-ht-street-works-road.htm   (565 words)

  
 Clarkson A44 Claims Denied (from Oxford Mail)
Fellow users of the A44 say they fail to see what Jeremy Clarkson is talking about when he calls it a dangerous road - and believe it is no different to other roads in the area.
Woodstock mayor Colin Carritt, a former county highways engineer, regularly uses the road and thinks the 50mph speed limit is right as it "draws drivers' attention to the fact it is not the easiest road to drive on".
He said: "A long time ago the A44 used to be a dangerous road, but the 50mph limit was introduced, as were double white lines and special warning signs at various points along the road, and that has helped significantly.
www.oxfordmail.net /news/headlines/display.var.1054271.0.clarkson_a44_claims_denied.php   (548 words)

  
 a44 road - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
The A44 is a major road in the United Kingdom.
From Oxford, the road runs north-west via Woodstock, Chipping Norton, then bypasses Evesham and Worcester before heading through Bromyard, Leominster and Kington.
Arriving in Wales, it heads through the Cambrian Mountains before reaching the coast at Aberystwyth.
www.onpedia.com /encyclopedia/a44-road   (76 words)

  
 BBC - Hereford and Worcester - Features - Roads update: Saturday 21 July
Overturned lorry at Stamford Bridge - it's in the hedge, the road itself is clear.
Only road out of Pershore is the A44 - Worcester -  Pershore road then you have to turn towards Droitwich over Windmill Hill  this is the only bridge over the Bow Brook.
A44 - one mile after Laylocks Nurseries, close to Broadheath turning is closed due to landslide and also this is closed further along in Broadwas
www.bbc.co.uk /herefordandworcester/local_radio/road_report_feature.shtml   (0 words)

  
 Severn Arches
Going upstream from the mouth of the Severn, the first arch bridge that you will see that is in use is the single span at Maisemore, completed in 1956, after an interruption caused by the war.
The road bridge is the first multiple arch bridge, and only the fourth arch of any kind, found as we go upstream from the mouth of the Severn.
A plaque, illustrated below, on a wall at the north-west end of the road bridge at Worcester, refers to the legend of Sabrina, and the possibility that the name "Severn" is derived from Sabrina, or Sabern.
www.brantacan.co.uk /severn_arches.htm   (1512 words)

  
 Roads Service - Road Improvements   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A26 Dualling - Glarryford to A44 Drones Road Junction
An assessment of the dualling the A26 between Glarryford and the A44 Drones Road Junction is currently underway.
This section of the A26 forms part of the Northern Key Transport Corridor (identified in the Regional Development Strategy) and is the main route from Belfast to Coleraine and beyond.
www.roadsni.gov.uk /scheme/a26Dualling/index.htm   (272 words)

  
 Street Works - Skip Hire
It shall not be placed with a distance of 20 metres from a road junction, on a bend or at the crest of hill.
It shall not leave less than 1m of footway nor 3m of carriageway on minor roads, 5m on A or B roads without the express permission of the Network Control Manager or subsequent representative.
Where positioned on the carriageway, or within 0.6m of the kerb in the case of a verge, each skip/materials shall be guarded by at least 3 traffic cones placed on the carriageway in an oblique line on the approach to the skip.
www.worcestershire.gov.uk /home/wccindex/wcc-ht/wcc-ht-road-works/wcc-ht-highways-licenses-apps/wcc-ht-street-works-skip.htm   (779 words)

  
 Intarsia Corporation - UK Location/Directions
Follow this road for 5 miles to reach Charlbury.
Follow the road round to the right down the hill (Stuart Road) and up The Slade until the crossroads.
Follow the road round to the right towards, the crossroads.
www.d2m.com /intarsiaweb/contact/contact_UK.html   (295 words)

  
 EURONET - How to find us   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In so doing, you climb a very steep hill then drop down into the village, after which the road climbs again to a sharp right bend; here, the Rheidol Valley opens out in front of you and you catch your first glimpse of the sea.
On a fine day we recommend the more scenic route, just a bit longer, which is to take the second turning off the A44 to Ystumtuen, about a mile further along the main road (look for the aero-generators to your left).
Follow the road to the T-junction (the village is just to the left) and turn right, up the rise to the sharp right bend, at which point the Rheidol Valley opens out in front of you.
dspace.dial.pipex.com /town/street/ae423/findus.htm   (404 words)

  
 Capel Dewi Properties: Property for Sale in Capel Dewi
The property benefits from good size rear gardens, off road parking and adjoining garage/ workshop and adjoins on to a small stream and open farmland to the rear.
We are delighted to have been favoured with the instructions to offer for sale this terraced two-bedroom property, being part of a former stone outbuilding, which was converted by a local developer in 2002.
This 2/3-bedroom property is situated within the coastal village of Clarach, some three miles north of Aberystwyth and benefits from the addition of a conservatory to the front, along with a deep, mainly lawned front garden with off road car parking and patio area to the rear.
www.search4aproperty.com /sale-unspecified-property/p5607/capel-dewi.asp   (1717 words)

  
 Roads Service Major Schemes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The road network plays a vital role in promoting economic growth in Northern Ireland with 99% of freight and people movements are by road.
The preparation pool shows the list of major road improvement schemes that are currently being prepared to start in the next 5 years or so, (subject to clearing the statutory procedures, having a satisfactory economic appraisal and the availability of funds at the time).
A26 Dualling: Glarryford to A44 Drones Road junction
www.roadsni.gov.uk /scheme/scheme.htm   (215 words)

  
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During the morning, the children were given demonstrations of speed monitoring equipment, taught about the dangers of driving too fast and invited to take part in a poster competition asking motorists to watch their speed.
Pupils were then taken down to the nearby A44 Bromyard Road where a Radar Speed Indicator Device had been placed to allow them to monitor the speed of passing motorists.
Road collisions bring misery to individuals and their families and it is estimated that the public cost – in terms of health care for victims, police and court action and so on – amounts to about £276 million a year in the area alone.
www.speedaware.org.uk /news.aspx?show=2003   (2187 words)

  
 Home - BUSA - Fixtures & Results
A44 from Woodstock: Follow the A44 towards Oxford, at the roundabout just before the A34, take the first exit onto the A4260 towards Kidlington.
A40 from Witney: Follow the A40 to the Wolvercote Roundabout and take the 3rd exit (Ring Road) towards London.
At the Kidlington Roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Oxford Road A34 from Abingdon: Exit the A34 at Peartree Roundabout onto the A44 towards Kidlington.
www.busa.org.uk /fl/vendtl.asp?venueid=2421   (162 words)

  
 FixturesLive - the toolkit for sports clubs and leagues
By Road: From the M40 South: Exit at junction 8 and join the A40 (signposted Oxford).
It is best to park in Norham Road and walk to the pitch entrance in Benson Place (approx.
A44 from Woodstock: Follow the A44 towards Oxford, at the roundabout just before the A34, take the first exit onto the A4260 towards Kidlington.
www.fixs.co.uk /view/clubvenues.asp?ClubID=109   (561 words)

  
 location   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Carry "straight" on along this road for approximately 2.7 km / 1.7 miles, passing through the village of Ystumtuen and ignoring any turnings to right or left.
In so doing, you climb a very steep hill then drop down into Ystumtuen, after which the road climbs again to a sharp right bend; here, the Rheidol Valley opens out in front of you and you catch your first glimpse of the sea.
On a fine day we recommend the more scenic route, just a bit longer, which is to take the second turning off the A44 to Ystumtuen, about a mile further along the main road (look for the wind farm to your left).
dialspace.dial.pipex.com /town/street/ae423/walking/locationla.htm   (518 words)

  
 Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust - Projects - Longer - Metal Mines Survey - Nanty   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1864 a shaft was cut near the present A44 road.
The remains of these workings are badly preserved with the shaft being infilled as well as the levels on higher ground above the road at SN85388232.
All of these features have been extensively damaged by removal of the structural fabric for hardcore in farm roads and for infilling mine workings.
www.cpat.org.uk /projects/longer/mines/3673.htm   (293 words)

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