B4261 (Llandaff - Llantrisant)
|Distance:||7.9 miles (12.7 km)|
|Met:||A4054, B4262, A473|
|Now part of:||A4119|
|Route outline (key)|
The B4262 was a largely rural B-road running northwest from Cardiff.
The road started on the A4054 on the edge of Llandaff and headed northwest out of town along Llantrisant Road, already showing where the other end would be.
The road passed through no places of any size before reaching Llantrisant itself. It entered town, rather obviously, along Cardiff Road and ended on the A473 Cross Inn Road.
The B4261 did not last long and had become the A4119 by the mid-1920s. It remains this number, although Llantrisant is bypassed by both the A4119 and A473 and so the northernmost section of the B4261 is now unclassified. The road immediately south of here has been heavily upgraded as part of a link to M4 J34.