A4240 road


A4240 road

UK road routebox
road= A4240
length-mi=
length-km=
direction= east-west
start= A484 (Loughor)
destinations=
end= M4 Motorway Junction 47 (Penllergaer)
construction-date=
completion-date=
junctions= ukroadsmall|484
ukroadsmall|48
ukroadsmall|483
ukmotorwaysmall|4
The A4240 is a main road in Gorseinon, Swansea, Wales.

Route description

The A4240 begins at the roundabout at the Loughor side of the Loughor bridge. The road heads east through Loughor, then onwards through Gorseinon, where it forms the east-west main road intersecting with the B4296 in central Gorseinon. The A4240 then continues through the Garngoch Industrial Estate and then through Penllergaer after which it continues along a single carriageway shared with the A48 until it reaches the roundabout which forms Junction 47 with the M4 Motorway.

References

*cite book
title = Swanesa A-Z Street Atlas
publisher = Geographers A-Z Map Company Ltd.
isbn = 1843481502


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