|Distance:||3.5 miles (5.6 km)|
|Met (1975):||A8, M8, A737, A736|
|Now part of:||A736|
|Route outline (key)|
Starting at Hillington Interchange (then J7, now J26) on the M8, where it also met the A8, the A754 headed southwards through Hillington itself. It crossed the A737 (now A761) at Crookston and continued in the same direction across the White Cart Water and into Nitshill, where it ended on the A736.
Later the A736 was rerouted to avoid the suburbs of Glasgow, taking on the entire of the A754 and making the number redundant.
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