|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||137 miles (220.5 km)|
|Meets:||M1, M6, M11, A1, A6, A10, A11, A12, A134, A140, A141, A142, A143, A43, A45, A428, A508, A605, A6116|
|Former Number(s):||A45, A604|
|Route outline (key)|
- 1 Route
- 2 History
- 3 Notable locations along the route
- 4 Videos
- 5 Expressway Plans
- 6 Links
The A14, as with most major roads of this length, has a lot of history. Most interestingly, it was originally part of several other routes.
Notable locations along the route
The Catthorpe Interchange is a major motorway and trunk road junction in the Midlands. It was constructed with a low budget, resulting in an entire motorway's traffic funneling into one lane, resulting in a notorious bottleneck.
A new interchange junction with north-facing free-flow slip roads connecting the A14 with the A1 which was constructed as part of the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Scheme.
River Great Ouse Viaduct
The River Great Ouse Viaduct is a crossing of the River Great Ouse, its floodplain and the East Coast Mainline Railway.
Major junction between the A14 (J31), M11 (J14), A428 and A1307, north-west of Cambridge.
- Bad Junctions: M1-M6-A14 (Catthorpe)
- Bad Junctions: M11-A14-A428 (Girton)
- Bad Junctions: A14-A14-A141 (Spittals)
- Futures: A14 Fen Ditton - Ellington
- Motorway Database: A14 route guide
- Post Opening Project Evaluation - A14 Junctions 7-9 (Kettering Bypass) - One Year After August 2017 (archive.org)
- Post Opening Project Evaluation - Haughley New Street to Stowmarket Improvement - Five Years After March 2015 (archive.org)