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Getting Around in Plymouth Plymouth is easily accessible from all parts of the UK with the A38 Devon Expressway, a fast-paced dual carriageway that leads to the country's motorway network.

Once you arrive in the seaside city, you’ll find there are thousands parking spaces in the many car parks dotted around central Plymouth.

As you’d expect with any major tourist city, the roads around Plymouth can often get congested, particularly in the summer season when people come from far and wide to see the sights.

To keep up to date with traffic problems in the area listen to BBC Radio Devon on 103.4FM.

From the North:
Take the M6 southbound to junction 8 and then join the M5. At the end of this motorway (junction 31) take the A38 Devon Expressway, which leads right into the centre of Plymouth.

From the South East (London):
Take the M4 westbound to junction 20 and then join the M5. Continue on this motorway until the end and then take the A38 into Plymouth.

From the South Coast (Brighton, Southampton):
Take the A31 westbound then join the A35 and then the A30 to Exeter. From here take the A38 Devon Expressway into Plymouth.

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