Croydon Ring Road:
Route map

To help orient the lost traveller who is not yet familiar with this part of South London, here is the full glory of the Croydon Ring Road, such as it is, in stylised map format.

This diagram includes the various odd concessions to the Croydon Tramlink system and the very numerous places that traffic stops at traffic signals, despite the various flyovers and underpasses on the way.

The Croydon Ring Road. Click to enlarge
The Croydon Ring Road. Click to enlarge
Key of symbols used on the map

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Published10 March 2017

Last updated15 March 2017