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Wendlebury Interchange
 
 
M40 J9 sign.jpg
The central-reserve mounted sign for M40 J9.
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Wendlebury interchange upgrade

Apologies for using MS Paint! I reckon the main traffic flow here is Birmingham-Oxford, so here's how adding a couple of slip roads could ease the pain. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 14, 2005 by rusty

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M40-A34 1.jpg
The start of the newly widened southbound sliproad at M40 J9.
A342.jpg
Three lanes?
A343.jpg
'Use all lanes', that's quite an instruction on a three-lane road!
M40 J9 - Coppermine - 3480.PNG
M40 J9

Turning that horrid horrid roundabout into something that's at least freeflowing in the important directions. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 14, 2005 by Jam35

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