B38 (Selly Oak)
|To:||Selly Oak (SP041825)|
|Distance:||0.6 miles (1 km)|
|Now part of:||B384|
|Route outline (key)|
The non-standard number B38 was seemingly allocated to the former A38 in Selly Oak, Birmingham upon opening of the bypass in 2011. The road linked the A38 to itself, starting by Tesco then climbing Bristol Road under the Cross City Line to end at the Selly Oak Triangle.
In December 2011, the Department for Transport confirmed they were aware of the abnormal numbering, as B roads are three or four digit numbers long, and were discussing the issue with Birmingham City Council.
In early 2012, all the signs were patched with B384 patches.
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