A19 Stockton Road Interchange

Route

A19 and A168

Junction number

None

Markerpost

Unknown

Name

Stockton Road Interchange

Type

Non-standard interchange

Terminus

Not a terminus

Other routes

A66

Authority

National Highways

Restricted turns

Full access

Services

No services

Layout and signage

Darlington
Stockton
Middlesbrough
A66
  A66     A66   Darlington
Stockton
Middlesbrough
A66

Lane configuration

LanesLanesLanesLanesLanes
LanesLanesLanesLanesLanesLanes

  • Lane 1 exits and does not return.
  • Lane 2 exits and does not return.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.
  • Then further along:
  • Lane 1 is gained from the entry sliproad.
  • Lane 2 continues ahead.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.

LanesLanesLanesLanesLanes
LanesLanesLanesLanesLanesLanes

  • Lane 1 exits and does not return.
  • Lane 2 continues ahead.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Then further along:
  • Lane 1 is gained from the entry sliproad.
  • Lane 2 is gained from the entry sliproad.
  • Lane 3 continues, with option to exit.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.

In this section

What's new

Imperfectly Odd: Batheaston Bypass

It has viaducts, a tunnel and plenty of controversy, but the amazing Batheaston Bypass doesn’t really work. What went wrong?

South London's lost motorways

Completing the story of London's epic Ringways, we've just published the Southern Radials, five more motorways that never saw the light of day.

To the north east!

Two new additions to our collection of Opening Booklets take us to Darlington and Middlesbrough.

Share this page

Have you seen...

M1-A1 Link Road

Those last few miles of the M1 east of Leeds were completed in 1999. It looks for the most part like a fairly average piece of road, but one of the project's engineers describes some of the challenges that were faced.

About this page

Published22 April 2017

Last updated17 May 2022