|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Bray Wick (SU900787)|
|Distance:||1.8 miles (2.9 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3028 is a short urban B-road in Maidenhead.
It starts in Bray Wick on the A308, just to the north of its bridge under the M4 (and within the area enclosed by the slip roads of the former Bray Interchange). It heads north and soon enters open country.
A short distance later the B3028 crosses a Bailey bridge over The Cut. As the bridge is S1 northbound traffic has to give way to southbound traffic. The village of Bray is on the other side of the canal.
Bray merges seamlessly into the suburbs of Maidenhead. The B3028 goes through a tunnel under the Great Western Mainline before ending on the A4 to the east of Maidenhead town centre. This junction is a LILO despite the fact that the A4 is single carriageway at this point.