A4217 road


A4217 road

UK road routebox
road= A4217
length-mi=
length-km=
direction= North-South
start= A483 (Fabian Way)
destinations=
end= A48 (Samlet Road)
construction-date=
completion-date=
junctions= ukroadsmall|483
ukroadsmall|4067
ukroadsmall|48
The A4217 is a main road in Swansea, Wales.

Route description

The A4217 begins at the Parc Tawe and Quay Parade bridges in Swansea city centre and continues north along Pentreguinea Road, which is shared with the A4067 road. It continues in a north easterly direction after the Pentrechwyth roundabout along a single carriageway bypass road, then though part of the Swansea Enterprise Park until it reaches Samlet Road (A48).

References

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


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