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SE07: ST. PETER'S

OVERVIEW
ST. PETER'S runs from TR05: WATERLOO ROAD to TR01: STAFFORD STREET. It is to the North of the city centre.

This section is three lanes wide on the clockwise carriageway, widening to five on the approach to TR01: STAFFORD STREET, whilst the anti-clockwise carriageway is two lanes wide, widening to four at TR05: WATERLOO ROAD.

OPENED
1970: Section 4 of 7.

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NAMED AFTER
St. Peter's Church is the oldest and largest church in the city centre. It is located on the highest point in the city just to the South of this section.

File:St. Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton - geograph.org.uk - 374475.jpg
©2007 Roger Kidd
As seen from LICHFIELD STREET.

JUNCTIONS
NONE

OF NOTE
Although there are no junctions on this section, there is a pedestrian underpass along the line of NORTH STREET that was originally planned to be retained as a roadway running under the ring road.