Fledneration Street Juntion 5
With the completion of the S1 (Fledneration Street) motorway, the present Junction 5A was constructed as an interchange for Melton via Melton Road, Humphrey Davis Road (later Melton Link) and later the S14 road.
The S14 was later extended to connect to the proposed S15 road (Ellmouth Northern Bypass) and thus junction 5B was constructed. The resulting grade separation left flared carriageways and an oval roundabout to accommodate for further grade separation. With the budget cuts following Glastian reunification in 1979, the S15 was built as an R road instead of and S road, and the flyover was never realised.
The reduced state of the Ellmouth Northern Bypass meant that an important link for Junction 5B, westbound-northbound was not constructed. Motorists are advised to use Junction 5A instead.
Resolved by Yuanls almost 3 years ago
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- Resolved by Yuanls almost 3 years ago
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