|Location Map ( geo)|
It opened in September 1966 as the southern terminus of the M4 Hambrook Spur, and was numbered junction 19A even though the M32 number was allocated to the spur. It became junction 1 sometime after the motorway was extended to the south in July 1970.
|SOUTH WALES, London (M4), The SOUTH WEST, The MIDLANDS (M5)|
|Kingswood, Yate (B4059) (A432), Frampton Cotteral, Winterbourne, Frenchay|
|Ring Road, Filton (A38), Parkway Station|
- The M32 Motorway (Hambrook Interchange to Lower Ashley Road Interchange) and Connecting Roads Scheme 1989 (Variation for Slip Road Crossing) Scheme 2015 - This scheme removes the special road classification from a 3.2 metre wide strip across of the southbound connecting road (southbound entry slip road) between the A4174 roundabout and the M32 motorway. The section will remain trunk road. The proposal will allow non-motorised users to cross the slip road. This proposal will formalise the existing practice of non-motorised users.