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Haggs Junction

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Haggs Junction
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Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Junction Type
Roads Joined
M80, A803
Junctions related to the A803

Haggs Junction is junction 7 (formerly junction 4) of the M80. From 1974 until 2011 it was the southern terminus of the northern section of the M80, however in 2011 the A80 was upgraded to motorway as the M80, and so the junctions on the northern section were renumbered. Due to the small gap available between Banknock and Haggs, all of the sliproads lie to the north of the A803, meeting it at two separate junctions either side of the motorway overbridge. This results in some fairly tight curves, and while the westbound slips are banked up from the surrounding fields, the eastbound slips are cut into the hillside. The westbound slips meet the A803 at a mini roundabout, while eastbound has a simple T junction, despite traffic counts suggesting similar flows on each pair of sliproads.


Route To Notes


Stirling, Kincardine Bridge (M876)


Glasgow (M8)




Bonnybridge, Falkirk, Denny (A872)


Glasgow, (M8) now M80

Haggs Junction
Junctions on the M73, M80 and M876
M73Maryville • 2 Baillieston • 2A Gartcosh • 3 Mollinsburn
M80Provan • 2 Robroyston • 3 Hornshill • 4 Mollinsburn • 4A Low Wood • 5 Auchenkilns • 6 Old Inns • 6A Castlecary • 7 Haggs • 8 Bankhead • 9 Pirnhall
M876M80 (8) Bankhead • 1 Checkbar • 2 Glenbervie • M9 (8) (Hill of) Kinnaird • M9 (7) Kinnaird House • 3 Bowtrees

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