From Roader's Digest: The SABRE Wiki
|To:||Kincardine Bridge (NS904858)|
|Length:||7.9 miles (12.7 km)|
|Meets:||M80, A9, M9, A876|
|Route outline (key)|
The M876 is a motorway in Central Scotland. Despite its 3-digit number, it provides a vital east-west link in Scotland linking Fife with the Glasgow and Cumbernauld areas, forming a link to the Kincardine Bridge and Clackmannanshire Bridge across the Forth.
The M876 begins at a junction with the M80 and includes a section multiplexed with the M9. This is one of only two multiplexes between two motorways in Great Britain, the other being between the M60 and M62.
Main Article: Bowtrees Interchange
The Bowtrees Interchange is the eastern terminus on the M876, where it connects with A905 and A876 towards the two bridges over the Forth: the Kincardine Bridge and the Clackmannanshire Bridge. It was rebuilt from a flat roundabout junction to a grade-separated roundabout in 2008.