The B2229 is not a very interesting road. It forms the main access from west to east Ashford running south of the railway line, and as such forms part of an unofficial outer ring road of the town (along with the A2042, A2070 and A28). The road is mostly new-build, dating to the 1980s.
The B2229 starts at a roundabout on the A28 and heads east through South Ashford, just missing Victoria Park. There are numerous sets of traffic lights along here, particularly where Beaver Road (the original B2070) joins in, and everything regularly grounds to a halt. The road finally peters out at the A2042 opposite the trendy Ashford outlet village, with the Eurostar station close by.