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Re: Why is the M1 called the …
by Herned View the latest post
Tue Oct 19, 2021 10:54
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The A60 follows a somewhat curious route, mainly due to the demands of a road-numbering system that likes two-digit numbers to fan out, roughly speaking, from London. Zone 6 is quite narrow at its southern end; it could not accommodate an important road between the A6 and the A1, essentially because there was no route that required one, unlike in, say, zones 1 and 4 which have wider angles and can fit in the A10, A11, A12, etc. So the first two-digit road in zone 6 is
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