The South Circular Road (formally the A205) is a road in south London, England, running from the Woolwich Ferry in the east to the Chiswick Flyover in the west. Together with the North Circular Road and Woolwich Ferry, it makes a complete ring-road of Central London. The South Circular is largely a sequence of urban streets joined together, requiring several at-grade turns and is frequently congested.
The South Circular was originally a proposed new build route across South London in the 1920s, and a small section of the road near Eltham was built. Despite various improvement plans since then, little has changed and the road is still regularly criticised for being continually congested and unfit for purpose.
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