The former A20(M) (now M20
) at its junction with the A249
A20(M) is the original number of the M20 Maidstone Bypass. It was renumbered to become the M20 in 1971. The road was totally rebuilt in the 1990s to the layout seen today.
During the time this motorway was around, the A20 in Maidstone was called A2020; it returned to its original number when the A20(M) became the M20.
This is the layout of the A20(M) as it was in 1961
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