The B1424 was a short link road in the Acklam area of Middlesbrough. The road was originally unclassified; however, owing to the short length of the road its history is not obvious. It appears that the road gained its number by the late 1930s, as it is shown on the 1939 OS 1:10560 sheet, and survived until at least the mid-1970s before being upgraded to Class I status, gaining its present number as part of the A1032.
The road started on the A1130 Levick Crescent and headed south along Newport Lane, which has since been renamed as part of Acklam Road. After less than half a mile the road ended on Mandale Road, which was the original route of the A174.