Kingston Roundabout is a roundabout on the eastern edge of Milton Keynes.
Unlike many junctions around Milton Keynes, this roundabout does have some history. It started as a bend on the A5130, then Groveway was built in the 1970s and turned it into a fork-shaped junction. The arrival of the A421 in the 1980s, which opened in two sections, caused it to be turned into a roundabout.
The A5130 north of here was recently downgraded.
|Milton Keynes North, South & West, Central Milton Keynes, Buckingham (A4146), Brinklow, Kents Hill, Monkston, Kingston District Centre||H8|
|(M1), Luton, Bedford, Magna Park||H8|
|Waverdon, Woburn Sands|
|(A5) (A4146), Aylesbury, Dunstable, Walton Hall, Walnut Tree, Waverdon Gate, Towergate, The Open University||C149|
|Kingston, Broughton, Services|
|Milton Keynes North, Northampton, Newport Pagnell, (M1 North), Kingston, Broughton||downgraded|