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A4260 road

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A4260 road
The northbound A4260 near Sturdy's Castle, Tackley, where it is crossed by the Roman road Akeman Street
Major junctions
From: Banbury
To: Oxford
Location
Primary
destinations
:
A422 A422 road
A361 A361 road
A4165 A4165 road
A44 A44 road
Road network

The A4260 is a road that leads from the A422 Henneff Way, Banbury to Frieze Way near Oxford. It is single carriageway for a majority of the route, except for a section near Steeple Aston for 0.9 miles (1.4 km) and on Frieze Way where the A4260 meets the A34 at Peartree Interchange, Oxford, where it becomes a dual carriageway. The road passes through Bodicote, Adderbury, Deddington and Kidlington, Oxfordshire. The road terminates at the A44 road roundabout at Frieze Way which is just north of Oxford. Until 1990 it was part of the A423 and the major route from Banbury to Oxford. It was renumbered to encourage the traffic that formerly used this route to use the M40.


External links

  • Highlighted Route of the A4260 on Google Maps


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