|To:||West End (SU941643)|
|Length:||5.8 miles (9.3 km)|
|Meets:||B3121, A320, B383, A3046, A322, B311|
|Old route now:||B3121|
|Route outline (key)|
The A319 is a largely rural A-road running parallel to the M3 in Surrey.
The route begins at the Ottershaw roundabout on the A320. It first runs west through woodland for a mile or so before emerging alongside Fairoaks Airport, a popular landing-place for local private aircraft.
From here it continues through farmland towards Chobham, where we reach a STOP sign at the end of Chersey Road and must turn left (the road to the right is the B383). The narrowness of the road at this point means that it is easy for traffic following the A319 in the other direction to miss the TOTSO here.
Shortly after this, there's a roundabout junction with the A3046, where the A319 turns off to the right. Leaving Chobham, the A319 then runs for a few miles more past Gordon's School and terminates on the roundabout of the same name, where it meets the A322 and B311.
The original eastern end of the A319 was on the A317 to the west of Weybridge. It then headed west through Addlestone along what is now the B3121 to meet its current route. This section was downgraded following the construction of the M25 and it was planned to transfer the number to the parallel St Peter's Way, which provided access to the new motorway. However, this road did not receive the A319 number after all.