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Keightley Way

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Location  Gibraltar
Opened  1960 (1960)
Length  412 m
Start  Rosia Road
Character  Highway
Status  Open
Toll  Nil
Owner  Government of Gibraltar
End  Europa Point
Number of lanes  1
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Operator  Government of Gibraltar
Traffic  Automotive and pedestrian

Keightley Way is a southwestern road and tunnel in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar. It connects Rosia Road at Little Bay to the Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque and Nun's Well at Europa Point. Dug in 1960, it was the last surface tunnel to be built in Gibraltar. The tunnel was designed to take a two lane road and space for pedestrians, although it now only carries one lane of traffic southbound. It was named after General Sir Charles Keightley who was the Governor of Gibraltar at the time.

Map of Keightley Way Rd, Gibraltar GX11 1AA, Gibraltar

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Keightley Way Wikipedia


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