M40 motorway

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M40 motorway shield

M40 motorway
Route information
Part of Tabliczka E05.svg E05
Length 89.0 mi (143.2 km)
Existed 1967 – present
History Constructed 1967–90
Major junctions
From Denham, Buckinghamshire
(J1, A40 Western Avenue)
  UK-Motorway-M25.svgJunction 1a.svg
M25 Junction 16
UK-Motorway-M42.svgJunction 17.svg
M42 Junction 3A
To Earlswood, Warwickshire
(J3A, M42 Birmingham Box)
Location
Primary
destinations
Uxbridge,
Beaconsfield,
High Wycombe,
Oxford,
Banbury,
Warwick,
Royal Leamington Spa,
Stratford-upon-Avon,
Birmingham
Road network

The M40 motorway is a motorway between Denham, near London and Solihull near Birmingham in the United Kingdom. It was built in stages between 1967 and 1991 and is 89 miles long.

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