|From:||Over Norton (N) (SP322295)|
|Length:||7.8 miles (12.6 km)|
|Meets:||A3400, A44, A361, B4437|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4026 is a rural B-road in north Oxfordshire.
It starts on the A3400 to the north of Over Norton. It heads south through the village and into Chipping Norton where it has a multiplex with the A44 and A361 through the town. The road originally began on the A361 on the south side of town but had been extended north to meet what was then the A42 by 1932.
The road heads southeast via Chalford Green to Spelsbury. It originally ran through Dean, leaving the village to the south along a route no longer open to traffic, but was given its current route in the 1930s. After Spelsbury the road crosses a valley and then descends to Charlbury. It ends on the B4437 on the northern side of the town although it originally extended in further to meet the B4022 on Sheep Street.