|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||London Road (SU908632)|
|To:||Gloucester Bridge (SU915632)|
|Via:||Bagshot Town Centre|
|Distance:||0.7 miles (1.1 km)|
|Meets:||A30, A30, A322|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3029 is a short T-shaped B-road running through the Surrey town of Bagshot. The road was numbered A322 for many years, gaining its current number following the construction of the eastern bypass.
The road has two western ends, both on the A30. It runs along the High Street from a T-junction and along Bridge Road from traffic lights before the two branches meet at a mini-roundabout. These two termini of the B3029 are actually at the ends of the 1920s A30 Bagshot bypass and this part of the road is the original route of the A30, although it was renumbered A322 when the A30 was rerouted onto the bypass.
Now as a single route the B3029 continues east along Guildford Road and soon goes under a viaduct carrying the railway line from Ascot to Aldershot. The road becomes residential and presently reaches a roundabout. Whereas the old A322 continued ahead the B3029 turns left and ends shortly afterwards at traffic lights on the current A322.