This article is about the Class III road numbered C2 maintained by West Lothian Council. For other roads numbered C2, see C2.
The C2 seems to be a leftover from before the new town of Livingston was built. The council list it as just comprising School House Road in the Deans part of the town, a road which is of such minor importance that it was closed to traffic over the railway bridge in c2011. Furthermore, none of the roads met at either end are classified as A, B or C routes.
It can be presumed that this route was given its number when it was an important route serving the small village of Livingston Station, and connected the A8 to the north with the A705 to the south. However, with the growth of the new town, much of this old road has been bypassed or completely lost, the last bits predominantly converted to footpaths and cycle routes, with School House Road remaining as two cul-de-sacs either side of the railway bridge.