M25 J14 Poyle Interchange

Route

M25 and A282

Junction number

14

Markerpost

92.1

Name

Poyle Interchange

Type

Non-standard interchange

Terminus

Not a terminus

Other routes

None

Authority

Highways England

Restricted turns

Full access

Services

No services

Layout and signage

Heathrow Airport
(T4 and Cargo)
A3113
Heathrow Airport (T5)
  A3113


Airport
      Heathrow Airport
(T4 and Cargo)
A3113
Heathrow Airport (T5)

Lane configuration

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  • Lane 1 exits and does not return.
  • Lane 2 exits and returns after the junction.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.
  • Lane 5 continues ahead.
  • Lane 6 continues ahead.

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  • Lane 1 is gained from the entry sliproad.
  • Lane 2 exits and returns after the junction.
  • Lane 3 continues ahead.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.
  • Lane 5 continues ahead.
  • Lane 6 continues ahead.

Other events

  • Signs Variable Speed Limits apply
  • Signs Variable Speed Limits apply

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