This article is about the Jersey A10.
For the British A10, see A10
.For the Manx A10, see A10 (Isle of Man)
The A10 forms a north-south cross-island route on Jersey.
Starting at a T-junction on the A1 in Millbrook, the A10 climbs northwards, hemmed in by walls and sheer rock cutting. At the top of the climb, there are some houses and the junction with the parallel B59. Here La Mont Felard becomes La Grande Route de Saint-Laurent and the road continues north through the village of St Lawrence.
After passing through St Lawrence, the road becomes rural, with NSL for the first time, however this is short lived as after the B39 the road becomes urban again, heading through Carrefour. However the road keeps the 40mph NSL speed limit. On leaving the village, there is a sharp chicane to the right, and after a short while, the B53 heads off towards St Mary. On the edge of St John, there is a quick succession of junctions - the B50 heading right and then a fork, where the right fork is the B52 and the A10 takes the left fork. Almost immediately afterwards, the A9 merges in, with A10 traffic being unable to turn onto the A9 (the B52 performs this movement), though having to give way to the A9's traffic. The A10 continues, for about 20 yards, before becoming the B33 outside St John's parish church.
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