B3182 (Exeter - Countess Weir)
|To:||Countess Weir (SX945900)|
|Distance:||2 miles (3.2 km)|
|Met (1991):||B3212, A379|
|Now part of:||A3015|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3182 was a short B-road to the south of Exeter city centre. The road came into being following completion of the M5 in the late 1970s which brought about a general renumbering of the city's Class I roads; it was originally part of the A377.
The road started on the B3212 Magdalen Street on the edge of the city centre and headed southeastwards along Topsham Road. This road is more-or-less straight and not particularly noteworthy. After a couple of miles the road ended on the A379 first Exeter Bypass, with the former A377 ahead into Topsham now being unclassified.
In the 1990s the road was upgraded again and is now part of the A3015.