City of London
|The City of London Corporation|
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Central London (part) • The City|
|Camden Council • Hackney Council • Islington Council • Lambeth Council • Southwark Council • Tower Hamlets Council • Westminster Council|
|Transport for London Roads|
|A3, A10, A100, A201, A1210, A1211 (part), A1213, A3211|
The City of London Corporation is the Highway Authority for the City of London.
The Corporation is responsible for the maintenance of the vast majority of roads and associated footways in the City, measuring a total of 56 km. This also includes, bridges, structures, signal controlled junctions, controlled crossings, road markings, traffic signs and street lights.
Despite the City not being a London Borough, Transport for London have responsibility for some roads in the City. They manage eight classified roads (the A3, A10, A100, A201, A1210, A1211, A1213 and A3211). TfL also manage the traffic lights within the City.
There are no Highways England roads in the City of London.
Roads Maintained by the City of London
|A300||Elephant & Castle||City of London||1.1 miles||View|
|A501||Paddington||London Wall||4.5 miles||View|
|A1211||Museum of London||Tower Hill||1.3 miles||View|
|A4208||Ludgate Circus||Holborn Circus||0.3 miles||View
|B400||Fleet Street||Holborn||0.3 miles||View|
|B500||Holborn Circus||Farringdon Street||0.1 miles||View
Originally, there were no classified roads within the City, due to its sui generis status, however roads were classified at some point. The number of classified roads maintained by the City of London was greatly reduced with the Ring of Steel renumbering, which removed most classified roads in the City, save a few right on the edge and some A roads tying up the loose ends.
Bridges, Tunnels, and other Crossings
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