|Location Map ( geo)|
|A1 heading southbound, prior to the bypassing of the junction|
|3-level stacked roundabout|
|Junctions related to the A162|
Ferrybridge is junction 33 of the M62.
Built in 1974, it is formerly the main junction between the A1 and M62. It was replaced by Holmfield Interchange in 2005, due to the A1(M) upgrade of the A1 corridor. It still forms the access from the A1 south and M62 east (and vice versa), although the M18 performs that movement strategically.
|The NORTH (A1(M)), Manchester, Leeds, Castleford|
|The SOUTH, Doncaster (A638)||number given as A1, which the A162 leads inescapably to|
|Ferrybridge, Pontefract (A645)|
|This access was widened in 2016 to provide access to a new building|
|The NORTH, Wetherby|
|The SOUTH, Doncaster (A638)|