The M9 spur road opened, which replaced the old A8000, connecting traffic from the south side of the Forth Road Bridge to Scotland’s motorway system


Wednesday 3rd October 2007

The M9 spur road opened, which replaced the old A8000, connecting traffic from the south side of the Forth Road Bridge to Scotland’s motorway system. The new road followed a dog-leg route over 4.5 km, linking the bridge with the M9 and M8 south west of the existing Humbie Roundabout.


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