A449 (M4 J24) Coldra Interchange

Junction number

M4 J24

Markerpost

Unknown

Name

Coldra Interchange

Terminus

Terminus at end of exit list

Other routes

M4, A48, B4237

Authority

Welsh Government

Restricted turns

Full access

Services

No services

Layout and signage

N/A  

M4

B4237












    A48

M4













  Langstone A48
London
Cas-gwent
Chepstow M4 Link
Canol y Ddinas
City Centre A48
Casnewydd (Dn)
Newport (E) A48
Caerdydd
Cardiff M4 Link

Lane configuration

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  • Lane 1 continues ahead.
  • Lane 2 continues ahead.

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  • Lane 1 continues, with option to exit.
  • Lane 2 exits and does not return.

Other events

  • Signs National Speed Limit begins
  • Signs 40mph speed limit begins
  • Signs Traffic signals

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Published22 April 2017

Last updated17 May 2022