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A482 road

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A482 road
Route information
Length: 29 mi (47 km)
Major junctions
Northwest end: Aberaeron
  A487 A487 road
A485 A485 road
A475 A475 road
A483 A483 road
A40 A40 road
Southeast end: Llanwrda
Road network

The A482 road is a major route in the Welsh counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.

It connects Aberaeron on the coast (junction with the A487 road) and the A40 road at Llanwrda near Llandovery and is 29 miles (47 km) in length.

Route

From north to south it runs through:

Character

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 Lampeter and Llanwrda.

See also

External links

  • A482 at SABRE


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