This article is about the current A3036, which is a small road in London between Waterloo and Wandsworth, part of which was orginally the A303.
For the original, a road between South Petherton, near Yeovil and Stonehenge that became the modern A303,, see A3036 (South Petherton - Stonehenge)
This is a London road entirely
The A3036 starts near Westminster Bridge by the gyratory system incorporating the A302 and A3200. It then goes along Albert Embankement and crosses the A3203 and the A202 at Vauxhall Bridge.
Having left the River the A3036 crosses the A3205 and goes down Wandsworth Road across the B224 , A3216 and A3220. Along Lavender Hill past the A3207 and along St John's Hill to its termination at another gyratory system with the A3 at Wandsworth