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|Junctions related to the A2030|
The Farlington Roundabout (also known as Eastern Road Roundabout) is busy junction at the end of the secondary route out of Portsmouth.
The junction was originally a flat roundabout with wide, flared approaches leaving space for the flyover. The flyover was built when the A27 was widened, under a project which was originally intended to make it junction 14 of the M27.
Until 2012 there was a Route Confirmation Sign on both slip roads leading to the A27. These unusual (and by then rather tired) signs were hangovers from when all traffic used the junction. They were also unusual because almost every single destination (seven out of eight) used a fraction, with Southampton signed as 19¼ miles away. London was signposted along the westbound carriageway and not the eastbound because the A3(M) hadn't been built when the signs were first placed.
|(M27, M275), Southampton, Portsmouth (W), City centre, Southsea|
|London (A3(M)), Brighton, Havant, Bedhampton|
|Farlington, Drayton, Superstore, Services|
|Portsmouth (E), Southsea, Milton, Fratton, Hilsea|
|Southampton, Portsmouth (W), Docks (M275), Fareham|
|London (A3(M)), Brighton, Chichester, Havant|
|Portsmouth (E & C), Southsea, Fratton||Eastern Motorway|