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Biddick Hall Roundabout

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Biddick Hall Roundabout
Location Map ( geo)
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Footbridge approaching Biddick Hall Roundabout
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Location
Biddick Woods
County
Durham
Highway Authority
Sunderland
Junction Type
Roundabout
Roads Joined
A182, A183
Junctions related to the A182
Junctions related to the A183

Biddick Hall Roundabout is a roundabout on the A182 and A183 west of Sunderland and south of Washington new town. It was built in the mid-2000s as the northern terminus of the proposed Central Route, a new-build bypass for the A182 which was planned to run through the former Lambton Cokeworks site to reach the B1284 near Rainton Bridge and hence the A690. The scheme was shelved in 2011, with only the section between Biddick Hall and Wapping Bridge on the A183 having been completed. Upon opening, the A183 was moved onto the new construction, multiplexing with the A182 between Biddick Hall and Shiney Row where it rejoined its old route.

Routes

Route To Notes

A183

Sunderland, Houghton-le-Spring (A182) former A182, later became a multiplex with A183 number dominant

A183

Chester-le-St.

A182

Washington





Biddick Hall Roundabout
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