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Blunsdon Bypass :
The Blunsdon bypass is a dual carriageway avoiding Blunsdon in Wiltshire. Construction started in September 2006, and it opened to traffic in November 2008.
The A419 dual carriageway forms part of a vital link between the M4 and M5 motorways. The village of Blunsdon became a bottleneck on the route following upgrades of the surrounding routes. The route carried up to 50,000 vehicles per
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