|From:||Morfa Lane (SN406201)|
|To:||Church Street (SN414202)|
|Distance:||0.6 miles (1 km)|
|Met (1969):||A40, A4052, A40|
|Route outline (key)|
The A4116 was a short link road in Carmarthen town centre. The road was originally the mainline of the A40 but gained its number when that road was moved onto Coracle Way, the new inner bypass. As the majority of the road is narrow it has since been declassified and partly pedestrianised.
The road started where the A40 turned from its original route onto Morfa Lane and headed east along Lammas Street into the town centre and past the war memorial. The A4052 Blue Street turned off to the right whilst the A4116 continued ahead into Guildhall Square then followed Hall Street past the guildhall itself. After bearing left it continued northeast along King Street before going round the northern side of St Peter's Church to return to the A40.