|To:||Kings Tamerton (SX463586)|
|Distance:||2.4 miles (3.9 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The A3064 is an L-shaped road to the west of the city of Plymouth.
The road starts at the Milehouse junction with the A386 and B3396 and heads northwestwards. The first section of the road is dual carriageway, although the majority of the route is effectively D1, with the other lane used for parking or is a bus lane. The road begins with a decent down to a roundabout before rising up to a signalised junction and finally heading down hill to join its valley route. Due to the low-lying nature of some of this road it is prone to flooding during heavy rainfall.
The A3064 meets the other end of the B3396, which has done a circuitous route following the walls of the Naval Base, before it TOTSOs right at traffic lights to run along along the newer St Budeaux Bypass. The Bypass is S2 along the valley despite being of higher quality than the first section of A3064. Apart from a signalised crossroads just after the TOTSO the only other junctions on this section are with two dead-end unclassified roads close to the far end. After passing these, the road ends at its junction with the A38.