It is currently Sat Jan 22, 2022 17:36
- Last post
British and Irish Roads
The study of British and Irish roads - their construction, numbering, history, mapping, past and future official roads proposals and general roads musings.
There is a separate forum for Street Furniture (traffic lights, street lights, road signs etc).
Registered users get access to other forums including discussions about other forms of transport, driving, fantasy roads and wishlists, and roads quizzes.
Moderator: Site Management TeamTopics: 20993
- 20993 Topics
- 475301 Posts
Re: A27 Arundel Bypass
by jervi View the latest post
Sat Jan 22, 2022 17:33
|Have you seen....?|
Johnstonebridge Interchange :
Junction 16 on the A74(M), which marks the southern end of the last and longest rural section of the M74/A74(M) to be built, is a dumbbell. To the west is a link to the B7076 (the remains of the former dualled A74) and to the east is the entrance to Annandale Water services.
The motorway and the ex-A74 are parallel, running due north-south, and at the same level. The service area is at a lower level as the land falls eastward to the River Annan. The junction roundabouts
Who is online
In total there are 68 users online :: 10 registered, 0 hidden and 58 guests (based on users active over the past 5 minutes)
Most users ever online was 3515 on Sat Jan 15, 2022 21:06
Total posts 1209133 • Total topics 41323 • Total members 6048 • Our newest member storeydesign