How long is the London Road?

What is the longest road in London?

London’s longest street is Rotherhithe Street at 1.5 miles (2.4 km), but Green Lanes, which runs 7.45 miles (12 km) from Newington Green to Ridge Avenue in Winchmore Hill, is the longest named thoroughfare.

Do all roads lead to London?

Most were named after the town at the other end London Road was a favourite or the direction in which they travelled such as Great North Road. … As was said ‘all roads lead to Rome’, but at the Department of Transport, most roads lead to London.

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