|From:||Edinburgh Way (TL443111)|
|To:||Second Avenue (TL447097)|
|Via:||Fifth Avenue, Velizy Avenue|
|Distance:||0.9 miles (1.4 km)|
|Meets:||A414, A1169, A1025|
|Route outline (key)|
The A1019 is a short link road in Harlow, a typical A-road in a new town.
The road starts at a roundabout where the A414 turns from the north-south Fifth Avenue to the east-west Edinburgh Way. The A1019 heads south along the remainder of Fifth Avenue, although confusingly this stretch is also called Allende Avenue - and both names are marked on street signs. Initially S2 past the park the road becomes dual at the next roundabout, which serves a Sainsbury's supermarket as well as a residential area built on the side of Harlow Town's football ground.
There is a short stretch of road to the next roundabout, where the unclassified First Avenue and Fourth Avenue is crossed, after which the road runs along Velizy Avenue past Harlow College and a Holiday Inn to end at the next roundabout, on the A1025 Second/Third Avenue.