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B406

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B406
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Regent Street (TQ289810)
To:  Wigmore Street (TQ284813)
Distance:  0.6 miles (1 km)
Meets:  A4201, A40, A5204
Primary Destinations
Highway Authorities

Westminster

Traditional Counties

Middlesex

Route outline (key)
B406 Regent Street - Wigmore Street
B406 Old Bond Street
New Bond Street

The B406 is a short B-road in Mayfair.

Originally it linked the A4 Piccadilly with the A40 Oxford Street along Old and New Bond Streets. However, part of New Bond Street is now pedestrianised and the whole of Old Bond Street is now unclassified and so the B406 TOTSOs left at traffic lights onto Conduit Street to end on the A4201 Regent Street.

At the northern end, the B406 has been extended beyond Oxford Street via two TOTSOs onto the A5204 Wigmore Street just west of the Wigmore Hall.

The majority of the B406 is one-way so traffic can only use the road southbound.




B406
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West End
B400 – B499
B400 • B401 • B402 • B403 • B404 • B405 • B406 • B407 • B408 • B409 • B410 • B411 • B412 • B413 • B414 • B415 • B416 • B417 • B418 • B419
B420 • B421 • B422 • B423 • B424 • B425 • B426 • B427 • B428 • B429 • B430 • B431 • B432 • B433 • B434 • B435 • B436 • B437 • B438 • B439
B440 • B441 • B442 • B443 • B444 • B445 • B446 • B447 • B448 • B449 • B450 • B451 • B452 • B453 • B454(E) • B454(W) • B455 • B456 • B457 • B458 • B459
B460 • B461 • B462 • B463 • B464 • B465 • B466 • B467 • B468 • B469 • B470 • B471 • B472 • B473 • B474 • B475 • B476 • B477 • B478 • B479
B480 • B481 • B482 • B483 • B484 • B485 • B486 • B487 • B488 • B489 • B490 • B491 • B492 • B493 • B494 • B495 • B496 • B497 • B498 • B499
Former Iterations: B405 • B452 • B471 • B472(E) • B472(W) • B474 • B483 • B486


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