|Location Map ( geo)|
|Bray, nr Maidenhead|
|M4, A308, B3028|
|Junctions related to the A308|
|Bisham Roundabout • Braywick Roundabout • Crooked Billet • Holyport Interchange • Kingston One-Way System • Robin Hood (Kingston) • Runnymede Interchange • Sunbury Cross|
|Junctions related to the A4(M)|
|Cox Green Interchange • Huntercombe Spur • The Thicket Roundabout|
Bray Interchange is the demolished junction 8 of the M4.
The junction was built as part of the Maidenhead bypass, and when the M4 was extended it was deemed too close to the tie-in junction and was removed. To replace the link to the A308, the A308(M) was born.
Little trace of the southern half of the junction remains today, as development and motorway widening have eradicated most of the evidence. The northern half, however, is in use as Bray Court Depot of the Highways England although its access from the motorway has been removed and its direct connection with A308 has been modified to form part of Priors Way. The junction of Priors Way and A308 Windsor Road is in the original location of the sliproad.
|Maidenhead, Ascot (A330)|