This article is about the Class III road numbered C77 maintained by Stirling Council.
For other roads numbered C77, see C77
The C77 is a strange collection of streets in Stirling city centre. It is not entirely clear exactly where the route runs from the council list, but the best guess is as follows. The C77 starts on the B8052 outside the station and heads south west along Station Road. It then turns left at a mini roundabout into Murray Place (histroically part of the A9 route through the city), which quickly reaches a turning head, the onward route being part pedestrianised, with restricted one-way traffic continuing ahead. Midway along Murray Place, the route turns right into King Street, remaining one way up to a fork. Here King Street itself appears to fork in both directions around the building, although traffic is one-way from right to left. As far as can be ascertained, both these parts of King Street are part of the C77, with each arm of the C77 terminating with King Street just a few yards away at the next junctions. None of the meeting streets appear to be C roads.