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Bishops Tawton Roundabout

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Bishops Tawton Roundabout
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Location
Near Barnstaple
County
Devon
Highway Authority
Devon
Junction Type
Roundabout
Roads Joined
A361, A377, B3138
Junctions related to the A377

The Bishops Tawton Roundabout is a very busy junction in Devon on the A377, with the A39 multiplexing with the A361. Prior to the opening of the Barnstaple Western Bypass, this used to be part of the A39. Heading eastbound from the roundabout, there used to be a short S2+1 section as far as the Newport Road bridge. However, most of this section has been hatched over, and there is an extended right hand filter lane heading towards the roundabout. At the same time, an extended left hand filter lane was added for traffic heading east towards the roundabout. Presumably this was done to improve access to the Barnstaple Park & Ride site just off the B3138. During much of the year, especially the summer, the roundabout is queued up with traffic from all directions.

Routes

Route To Notes

A361

South Molton; Taunton, Exeter (M5)

A361

Bideford, Bude (A39); Barnstaple, Ilfracombe

A377

Crediton Sign is non-primary at the roundabout, with Exeter signed as a tourist

route. However, most signage beyond is primary and has Exeter as the destination

B3138

Newport The B3138 is not signed at any point along this route




Bishops Tawton Roundabout
Other nearby junctions
Barnstaple
Junctions on the A361
Ilfracombe to Sampford PeverellLake Roundabout • Bishops Tawton • Portmore Roundabout • Aller Cross • Tiverton Parkway Interchange
Taunton to BeckhamptonWalford Cross • The Pipers • (Westway Roundabout) • Wirrall Park Roundabout • Cannards Grave • Beckington Services • Longfield • Hilperton Road • Fieldways • Semington • Littleton • The Stocks • Seend Fork
Swindon to KilsbyRat Trap (Honda) • Burford Roundabout • Banbury Cross • M40 J11 • Kilsby


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