|From: ||Trinity |
|To: ||Route du Boulay |
|Length: ||0.5 miles (0.8 km)|
|Meets: || A8, C102|
|Route outline (key)|
||Trinity - Route du Boulay
|This article is about the C96 in Jersey.
For other roads numbered C96, see C96
The C96 has a couple of unusual features in its short length. Firstly at the western end it splits to meet the A8 twice in Trinity - most classified roads on Jersey are linear without spurs. Secondly, its eastern end is at the top of the well-known Boulay Bay Hill Climb Course, also known as the C102.
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