Opened in May 1997, as the Erith-Thamesmead Spine Road, it was named after the important archaeological discoveries unearthed during its construction. This link was the fourth and final phase of the major spine road, originally proposed by the Greater London Council in 1976, between Woolwich and Erith. It was built as part of a major plan to stimulate redevelopment by making Erith town centre more accessible to new and existing business. It is part of the A2016.
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