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Notable junctions include Canning Town, and the A406 junction near Beckton, as well as the single carriageway Lodge Avenue flyover near Barking, where the old A13 route (Ripple Road) merges with the new.
Grade-separated in 2002-2004, the dual carriageway section through Newham is Newham Way, while through Barking it is Alfreds Way, both comprising the East Ham & Barking Bypass, and originally dualled by the 1960s.
London Bus route 173 is the only route to use the A13 here, between Beckton Alps and Ripple Road.
However, the speed limit was increased back to 50 mph in 2011.
It is a trunk road between London and the Tilbury junction, a primary route between there and Sadlers Hall Farm near South Benfleet, and a non-primary route between there and Shoeburyness.
It turns to the south at Parsons Corner, and then as Ness Road, it terminates at an end-on junction with the B1016, also forming part of Ness Road.The eastern end of this as well as New Road heading towards Rainham, in Havering, and the Greater London border, were bypassed by the new-build Thames Gateway in 1999. The western end between Dagenham and Rainham is still dual, but a short section near Rainham was singled in recent years.Like Barking Road further west, the original section of New Road between Dagenham and Rainham dates from c.1810, and was dualled at roughly the same time as the East & Ham and Barking Bypass.The A13 finally drops down to two lanes each way at the nearby A128 junction.It is dual for another 9 miles (14 km), bypassing Stanford-le-Hope and Basildon before it reaches the Sadlers Hall Farm (or Sadlers Farm) roundabout.