|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||University of Lincoln (SK967709)|
|To:||North Hykeham (SK950675)|
|Meets:||A57, B1378, B1190, A1434|
|Former Number(s):||B1003, A1180|
|Route outline (key)|
The A1192 was created in 2017 along the Tritton Road part of the B1003 in Lincoln, though its origins are in another road, the A1180. The A1192 starts in Swallow Beck, on the northern edge of North Hykeham, by turning off the A1434 (former A46) at traffic lights. It heads north along a 1970s road between housing estates with a suspiciously wide verge on the left suggesting a wider road may have been planned. After crossing the B1190 at traffic lights we pass a retail park on the left; there are now houses on the right but these are accessed via a service road which is only reached from the A1192 at the far end of the houses.
After a brief wooded section we pass an industrial estate and meet the B1378 at traffic lights. The road briefly runs alongside the Newark to Lincoln railway line before another retail park is reached, where Dixon Street, the former B1360 turns right at traffic lights, taking the old A1180 with it. Now dual-carriageway we continue north through an edge-of-town development to reach a large roundabout on the edge of the University of Lincoln campus, where the A1192 ends on the A57.