This article is about the current B998 in Stirling.
For the former B998 at Newmachar, Aberdeenshire, see B998 (Aberdeenshire)
The new roundabout with the A91 at the northern end
The B998 is a very short road climbing out of Stirling from the A9 / A907 Causewayhead Roundabout to the A91 near Logie Kirk. Along the way it passes the Wallace Monument and Stirling University, making it a busy route. The junction with the A91 at the northern end has recently been rebuilt as a roundabout.
In its former life as the A997, the road also had a short spur along Hillfoots Road to meet the A9 to the west of Causewayhead. this has since been declassified, and is one way up hill at the A9 end.
This road was originally classified as the A91 in 1922. However, in the mid 1930s the A91 was re-routed to the east and this route became the A997, before being downgraded to its current number more recently. The tiny spur was originally classified as the B907, but was quickly incorporated as a spur of the main route.