|From:||Coombe Hill (SO888270)|
|Length:||4.8 miles (7.7 km)|
|Meets:||A38, M5, A4013, A46|
|Route outline (key)|
The A4019 is a semi-rural A-road running out of Cheltenham.
The road is dualled for a short distance through the junction but then narrows again as the road continues eastwards into Cheltenham, where it becomes D2 once more as it enters the urban area. The A4013 is met at a roundabout in an out-of-town retail park, then the road goes over the Birmingham to Bristol railway line and narrows again to go under a disused railway bridge on the old line to Honeybourne.
Just afterwards, the road's original route, the High Street, has now been partially pedestrianised, so the A4019 now runs along the parallel St Margaret's Road. It ends on the one-way system which apparently has the number A46.