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The M2 is a motorway in the north of Kent. It forms a bypass of the Medway Towns.
Main Article: M2 route
The M2 is the shortest of all the single-digit motorways. It main role is to act as the Medway Towns Bypass. Originally allocated the number A2(M), it gained the M2 number from a newspaper report. The road opened in 1963.
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