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The Embankment now runs on the northern side of the river from Parliament in Westminster to the City of London. It is a continuous four-lane road, mostly as a double carriageway, and connects with all the bridges along the route from Westminster Bridge to Blackfriars Bridge.
It was built in two parts, the Victoria and the Chelsea Embankment, but it is now unified, and Londoners regard it as a single road, The Embankment. There is a much smaller road on the south side of the river, called the Albert Embankment.