- A482 road
UK road routebox
junctions=ukroadsmall|487The A482 road is a major route in the Welsh counties of
Aberaeronon the coast (junction with the A487 road) and the A40 roadat Llanwrdanear Llandoveryand is 29 miles in length.
From north to south it runs through:
Lampeter– there are links to the A475 ( Cardigan) and the A485 ( Carmarthen) from here;
*The county boundary is at a bridge over the
River Teifijust south of Lampeter;
Llanwrda. The A482 come to and ends here at a junction for the A40 which has links to Llandoveryand Llandeilo.
The A482 is a narrow road and has many sharp bends forcing lorries and buses to take the opposite side of the road, the worst part being between
British road numbering scheme
* [http://www.uk-roads.org.uk/roadlists/r10/notes.php?number=A482 A482 at SABRE]
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