The A160 is a short road in North Lincolnshire, England. It connects the A180 to Immingham docks. It is a dual carriageway for part of its length through the village of South Killingholme. There are plans to entirely dual the road, and work should start in 2014.
The A160 starts at a grade separated junction at Rye Hill on the A180 at TA136144. No other road shares this junction.
From the A180 the road is single carriageway to a roundabout on the edge of South Killingholme at TA147159. From there it becomes a dual carriageway straight through the village and the adjoining refinery, until the roundabout at TA169165. From there a short piece of single carriageway runs to the end of the public road at TA177166.
The current route length is 3.2 miles.
- Grimsby: Louth & Market Rasen (Map) (D3 ed.). 1:50 000. OS Landranger. Ordnance survey of Great Britain. 12/04/2012. § 113. ISBN 9780319229415. Check date values in:
- "A160 upgrade work could start before 2015". Grimsby Telegraph. 9 May 2012. Retrieved 5 August 2013.
- "A160 road upgrade contract awarded". Grimsby Telegraph. 26 July 2013. Retrieved 5 August 2013.
- "A160". Google maps. Retrieved 5 August 2013.