The A303 is a 92-mile long trunk road in England. It is the main road between Basingstoke in Hampshire and Honiton in Devon. The M3, the A303 and the A30 together make up one of the main routes from London to South West England, running from London to Land's End in Cornwall. It is a primary A road throughout its length and follows a roughly parallel path to the West of England Main Line.
The A303 is subject to several upgrade proposals, some of which have been controversial.
Despite being a primary route to southwestern England, the A303 is frequently congested on the route's single carriageway sections.
The A303 was created on 1 April 1933〔The National Archives file MT39/246 : "CLASSIFICATION : Renumbering of classified routes"〕 by a renumbering of several different routes to provide a long bypass for through traffic for a section of the A30. Parts of the route, such as the section past Stonehenge, have been a right of way for people, wagons, and later motor vehicles for centuries. Running from the M3 motorway towards the south west of England these were:
Since the designation of this route, various bypasses have been built.
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