A28 road

The A28 road (English for, A28 road ') is a trunk road in southern England.

It runs from the resort of Margate in Kent to Hastings in East Sussex. The most important places on the route are Ramsgate, Canterbury and Ashford.

From the A28 Margate Westgate -on-Sea, Birchington -on-Sea, Sarre, Upstreet, Hersden, Sturry leads to Canterbury, where it forms part of the ring road, continue along Wincheap after Thanington Without. There are plans to link these thence north to the A2.

The A28 then crosses the North Downs and connects Chartham, Chilham, Godmersham and Bilting. After Kennington, a suburb of Ashford, she bypasses the center of this city. Here it is expanded four tracks. At Great Chart over, the A28 winds around the Weald and reached Bethersden, High Halden, and Tenterden.

The highway continues through Rolvenden continued after Newenden. A narrow bridge over the River Rother. In the county of East Sussex Northiam is reached; Now the road is very curvy. After the village Brede it leads steeply down to a bridge over the same river. The next town is Westfield, shortly after a rise now following it ends at the intersection with the A21 north of Hastings.