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Re: Why are some Motorways nu…
by Chris5156 View the latest post
Sat Oct 16, 2021 16:38
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The A303 must be one of Britain's most important three-digit roads. It forms the central section of the trunk route from London to south-west England, the rest being covered by the M3 and A30. Unusually, the A30 runs parallel to it for almost its entire length as a non-primary route, a legacy of the fact that the A30 was the trunk route until April 1, 1958, when an order made under the 1946 Trunk Road Act transferred this status to the A303. Despite that, primary
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