|To:||St Saviour's Road|
|Via:||Little Green St, Francis St, St James' St|
|Distance:||0.2 miles (0.3 km)|
|Meets:||B79, A3, A6, A7|
|Route outline (key)|
The B84 forms part of the eastern flank of the St Helier Ring Road. However, it is impossible to travel the full length of the route in one go, due to conflicting one-way sections. The route starts at a fork on the B79, and runs north along Little Green Street, which is one-way southbound, and part of the ring road for clockwise traffic. The A3, La Colomberie, is quickly reached, and the B84 flips direction, becoming one-way northbound along Francis Street. This is not strictly part of the ring road, but only has junctions with it.
Francis Street is very short, and soon the A6, Don Road is reached. Anti clockwise traffic on the ring road approaches from the left, whilst clockwise traffic turns right, this part of the A6 also being one-way. However, ahead the B84 continues up St James Street, as a two-way road, to meet the A7, which takes over ring road duties to the north.
Whilst some maps suggest that Francis Street in the middle is an anomalous part of the B79, it is signed at the southern end as the B84.
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