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A42_Sparks
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Re: Slow News Day

Post by A42_Sparks » Thu Jul 29, 2021 20:45

Helvellyn wrote:
Mon Jul 26, 2021 17:43
Sadly no A6144(M) any more though :(
But we do have the A1077(M).

From the SABRE Wiki: A1077%28M%29 :


The A1077(M) is a renumbering of a short section of the M181, created in 2021 after a flat roundabout was constructed on the main line of the motorway at Brumby Common Lane. It is entirely D2M and dead straight for around 1.28km, with the road number appearing on signage.

The number "A1077(M)" is possibly temporary, as the construction of a second roundabout on the M181 would likely result in this section of road being downgraded to an A road as

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Re: Slow News Day

Post by Micro The Maniac » Fri Jul 30, 2021 08:52

the cheesecake man wrote:
Wed Jul 28, 2021 13:20
Micro The Maniac wrote:
Mon Jul 26, 2021 16:26
Just proving that our numbering system has no rational basis.
Only whole numbers are allowed. Irrational numbers such as Mπ or Ae(M) are right out. :coat:
:-D I like it... someone wlse with my sort of (completely warped) sense of humour.

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