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M275 motorway

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Route information
Length2.0 mi (3.2 km)
Major junctions
Major intersections
M27 motorway
CountryUnited Kingdom
Road network

The M275 is a short motorway in Hampshire, England. It links the M27 with Portsmouth, through the A3. The M275 is not owned by Highways England like most motorways in England. It is owned by Portsmouth's city council. The motorway is about 2 miles (3.2 km) long.[1]

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M275 motorway
Northbound exits Junction Southbound exits Coordinates
Southampton, Fareham M27(W)
Chichester, Brighton (A27), London (A3(M)) M27(E)
(M27 J12)
Portsmouth (W), Ferries M275 50°50′15″N 1°04′59″W / 50.83757°N 1.08293°W / 50.83757; -1.08293 (M275, Start of motorway (North))
Cosham A27 Start of motorway
Tipner (W), Park and Ride J1 Tipner (W), Park and Ride
Start of motorway Terminus
Cruise and Cross Channel Ferries, North End 50°48′34″N 1°05′12″W / 50.80957°N 1.08670°W / 50.80957; -1.08670 (M275, Start of motorway (South))
Cross Channel Ferries, Hilsea
North End, Stamshaw A3 (A27)
Road continues as A3 to Portsmouth (W), Isle of Wight Ferries and Naval Base

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