|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||4 miles (6.4 km)|
|Meets:||A228, B2108, A289|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2000 is a short access to Cliffe from the Medway Town suburbs, running through the plains of northern Kent.
It starts on the A228, although it originally extended to the A228 by running along Cliffe Road (this explains why the southern section is also classified as C5). Rising up through the narrow streets and rows of houses, it meets the B2108 at a double mini roundabout where it multiplexes for a few hundred yards. The road then crosses the A289 at a half diamond junction before meandering briefly through marshland up to Cliffe, whereupon the road stops at the north end of town unceremoniously at a T-junction. The main road turns to the right and becomes unclassified.