A194 road

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A194(M) shield

Route information
Length 4.0 mi (6.4 km)
Existed 1975–present
Major junctions
From Washington
54°53′59″N 1°33′35″W / 54.8998°N 1.5596°W / 54.8998; -1.5596 (A194 road (southern end))
  Junction 65.svg UK-Motorway-A1 (M).svg
J65 → A1(M) motorway
To South Shields
54°59′41″N 1°25′48″W / 54.9946°N 1.4301°W / 54.9946; -1.4301 (A194 road (northern end))
Road network
Looking north with Tyneside coming into view

The A194 road is a road in Tyne and Wear, England. It runs northeast from its start at junction 65 of the A1(M) near Washington, and the first 3 miles (4.8 km) are motorway standard, designated the A194(M). There are intermediate junctions with the A182 and the A195 before the motorway section ends at the A184 junction. The junctions were unnumbered until 2013 when they were designated J1 to J3.

The A194 continues as a trunk road to its next major junction, the A19 which provides access to the Tyne Tunnel, Sunderland and Teesside. At this point, A194 ceases to be a trunk road and continues to its terminus in South Shields town centre.

Motorway junctions

A194(M) motorway
Northbound exits Junction Southbound exits
Gateshead, Newcastle, Sunderland, South Shields, Tyne Tunnel A184
Jarrow A194
Start of motorway
Washington (North), Felling A195 J2 Washington A195
Washington A182 J1 Washington A182
Birtley B1288
Gateshead, Newcastle (A1)
Start of motorway A1(M) J65 The South, Durham, Darlington A1(M)

See also

External links

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  • CBRD Motorway Database – A194(M)
  • Pathetic Motorways – A194(M)
  • The Motorway Archive – A194(M)

Coordinates: 54°57′15″N 1°30′06″W / 54.9542°N 1.5017°W / 54.9542; -1.5017 (A194 road)

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