Redbridge Roundabout (London)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|View of the roundabout from the middle.|
|Transport for London|
Redbridge Roundabout is a grade-separated roundabout in East London.
It was first built in the 1970's along with the M15 (signed M11) to provide a terminus for the new motorway, which formed what is now the north-facing sliproads of the A406. The M15 was downgraded in 1987 when it was renumbered A406 and the road south was extended to the A13, finishing the junction. When the A406 opened, the roundabout became much busier.
The junction is named Redbridge due to the near by bridge and tube station of the same name.
|C. London, Stratford, Blackwall Tnl|
|(M25 (S)), Chelmsford, Romford, Gants Hill|
|N. Circular (A10, A1), (M25 (W)), Stansted Airport (M11)|
|N. Circular, Docklands (A13), Ilford 2, Barking 4|
|Harlow, Cambridge M11||M15 signed as M11|