|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Tollbar End (SP364757)|
|Via:||Whitley, Gosford Green|
|Distance:||3.8 miles (6.1 km)|
|Meets:||A45, A46, A4082, A428, A444, A4600, B4109|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4110 is a short B-road through the suburbs of Coventry.
The road starts at the busy Tollbar End roundabout, where it meets the A45 and A46, and then heads north along London Road. In 1922 this road was the mainline of the A45; it was renumbered A423 when the A45 bypass was built and did not become B4110 until much later.
After crossing the River Sowe the B4110 reaches a roundabout on the A4082. This is the original southern end of the B4110; the main A-road bore left here, still along London Road. Heading north along Humber Road, the B4110 crosses the Birmingham to London railway line before reaching a roundabout. Up until the late 2000s the road turned left here but with the building of a new housing estate on the site of an old industrial site the road now carries straight ahead. Continuing north the road reaches a roundabout on the A428.
Originally the B4110 ended here; as the road straight ahead is the A444 it would seem it still does. However, the road turns right at the roundabout then first left along Kingsway. This is not possible for southbound traffic as that is forced eastwards along the A428. The B4110 then runs parallel to the A444 as far as the A4600 (which has no junction with the A444). It then turns left to go under the A444 before taking the next right at a set of traffic lights. It runs parallel to the A444 for a few hundred yards before turning left at a roundabout (all other roads here are unclassified and serve residential areas) then continuing west to end on the B4109 at a set of traffic lights.