Old Street Roundabout
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Transport for London|
|Series of signal controlled junctions|
The Old Street Roundabout is one of London's busiest roundabouts. Incorporating Old Street Railway Station and built in 1969, this junction is part of London's Inner Ring Road.
It was constructed as a roundabout, however, in the 2010s it was converted into a series of signal controlled junctions.
The roundabout has also been known as Silicon Roundabout due to various Tech firms being based there.
|Ring Road (W), (A1, A400, A41), West End, Westminster, Highbury, Islington|
|Ring Road (E), (A10, A11, A13)|
|The City, Bank, Barbican||Congestion Charge applies|
|Holborn, Clerkenwell||Congestion Charge applies|