M3 J2 Thorpe Interchange

Layout and signage

Gatwick Airport (M23 Link)
Heathrow Airport (M4 Link)
The NORTH (M1 Link)
Dartford & (M20 Link)
Chertsey (A320)
Staines (A30)
M25 Link
  M25
(M1)
(M4)
(A30)
    M25
(M20)
(M23)
(A320)
  Gatwick Airport (M23 Link)
Heathrow Airport (M4 Link)
Chertsey (A320)
Staines (A30)
M25 Link

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.

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  • 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 is gained from the entry sliproad.
  • Lane 4 continues ahead.
  • Lane 5 terminates.

Other events

  • Signs National Speed Limit begins
  • Signs Variable Speed Limits apply

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