|Distance:||2.9 miles (4.7 km)|
|Meets:||A91, B9140, A908, B9096|
|Route outline (key)|
The B908 is a short B-road in Clackmannanshire.
It starts on the A91 in Alva, just below the Highland Line. The road heads south and so remains more-or-less flat. There are speed bumps through town but the road soon reaches open country and crosses the River Devon at a narrow Weak Bridge.
The road then climbs slightly and, after a couple of sharp bends, crosses the B9140 at a roundabout. A short distance further on it reaches the edge of Alloa. The road enters town along Fairfield Road which eventually reaches a mini-roundabout on the A908. This is a spur, however, and listed by the council as being the very short C104. Meanwhile, the mainline of the B908 made a TOTSO at the last road on the right, Parkhead Road. The original B908 cut the corner off by running along Branshill Road but then did not meet the A908.
The road continues along Sunnyside Road. Originally the B908 then bore left to cross the railway line and run along the High Street to end on the A907 Mill Street. This route was severed when the present A907 was built and so the B908 continues ahead to end at a mini-roundabout on the B9096 just to the north of the town centre.