The Isaac Tongue Junction
|The Isaac Tongue Junction|
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|Signalised Cross Roads|
The Isaac Tongue junction is a junction on the A38 in the Northfield south of Birmingham. Completed in 2007 as part of Sir Hurbert Austin Way, commonly known as the Northfield By-pass it provides a junction between the A38 and B4121, however access from the later is restricted as traffic entering the junction from the south along the B4121 can only travel straight on, traffic requiring the northbound A38 is required to travel along the Bristol Road South from the previous junction and enter the A38 at The Travellers Rest Junction.
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