|Distance:||0.9 miles (1.4 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The A3084 was a short link road on the western edge of Exeter.
The road started on the A30 (now B3212) near Redhills and headed south along Cowick Lane, bypassing the St Thomas area of town. There were a few bends on the road and it ended up heading more southeasterly before ending on the A3085 (now A377) on the edge of Alphington.
The road was short-lived. It had come into existence by 1975 as an upgrade of an unclassified road as an impromptu Exeter western bypass, allowing traffic to avoid the congestion by the Exe Bridge. However, the A30 western bypass was built in the late 1970s to connect to the new M5, meaning that the raison d'être of the road had gone; it was declassified again.
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