Feeder Road Interchange
|Feeder Road Interchange|
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Outer Circuit Road|
|Junctions related to the Outer Circuit Road|
Feeder Road Interchange was a planned junction on the unbuilt Outer Circuit Road in Bristol. It would have connected the road of that name to the Outer Circuit Road. In common with some of the other Outer Circuit Road junctions the layout changed during later years. The initial design had the north and southbound slip roads joining Feeder Road separately. This quickly changed to a trumpet which remained the same until the whole Outer Circuit Road scheme was dropped in 1974. The trumpet would have ended on Feeder Road at a T-junction which would have been an interim measure until a large 6-arm roundabout was constructed. Plans suggest the roundabout would have been wide enough for multiple lanes.
|Barton Hill, St Annes, St Philips Marsh|