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A4216 road

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A4216 road
Major junctions
North end: A4067 (Mumbles Road)
  A4067 A4067 road
A4118 A4118 road
A483 A483 road
South end: A483 (Carmarthen Road)
Road network

The A4216 is a main road in Swansea, Wales.

The road links Sketty with Gendros. It begins at the junction at the bottom of Sketty Lane with Mumbles Road. It continues up Sketty Lane, onto Sketty Park Road then bears right onto Dillwyn Road to the junction with the A4118 (Gower Road) at Sketty Cross. It continues through this road then up Vivian Road past Tycoch. The A4216 then continues along Cockett Road past Cwm Gwyn and through Cockett. The final stretch of the A4216 is Station Road where the A4216 forms a cross roads with the A483 (Carmarthen Road).

The only dual carriageway section is along Sketty Lane.

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