Squigs wrote:Having read M80's comment regarding the 3 month look ahead documents on the Traffic Scotland, I came accross http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/files/documents/projects/forth-replacement/FRC-M9J1a.pdf. (I am sorry, I don't know how to shorten it, editor, please help?).
This Document gives the next 3 months work on the M9 Junction 1a works.
The remarkable thing about it is that it keeps mentioning the M901?
Is this a new number being allocated to the M9 Spur? Or perhaps as this document also mentions the M9 Spur, could the M901 be a link between M9 J1a and the M8 at claylands, thus allowing the M9 Mainline to continue on to the A90 at Scotston?
Of Course, the most likly explanation may be that I am simply totally wrong, if that is the case please put me out of my misery and correct me.
I noticed that as well - I managed to find this document which states:
Structure M901 is a new structure provided at M9 Junction 1a to carry the new M9
westbound to M9 Spur northbound slip road over the existing M9. It is located immediately
to the west of the existing Structure M906E and consists of three spans of 14.3m, 42.2m and
14.8m with a steel concrete composite deck on reinforced concrete piers and abutments.
The form of the structure has been chosen to be similar to the existing adjacent Structure M908E.
So it's not a road number at all, it's a big bridge