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C119 (Staffordshire)

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From:  Keele (SJ800457)
To:  Whitmore (SJ809410)
Distance:  4 miles (6.4 km)
Meets:  A525 • A53
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C119 Keele - Whitmore
This article is about the Class III road numbered C119 by Staffordshire Council.
For other roads that are numbered C119, see C119

Staffordshire County Council's locally classified C119 consists of Keele Road and Station Road through the village of Keele, and Three Mile Lane from Keele village to the A53 in Whitmore, in the Newcastle-under-Lyme area of Staffordshire. It also provides the service access to Keele services.

Station Road and Keele Road form a U shaped road through Keele (both ending on the A525, which by-passes the village), with Three Mile Lane running from the point where they meet.

Station Road has a section with a 30mph limit through the village, and the National Speed Limit applies outside the village. Keele Road has a 30mph limit in the village and a 40mph limit outside the village, where it runs past Keele University. Three Mile Lane is a rural road with national speed limit applying to the whole length.

C119 (Staffordshire)
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