|To:||Bannockburn, Stirlingshire (NS793896)|
|Distance:||25 miles (40.2 km)|
|Meets:||M8, M73, A80, A73, M876, A91, M9|
|Route outline (key)|
The M80 is a motorway in Scotland linking Glasgow with Stirling. It was formerly in two sections, the Stepps Bypass at the southern end, and the Haggs - Stirling section at the northern end, linked by a section of A80. The section of A80 was upgraded to M80, opening late summer 2011
Main Article: Hornshill Junction
Hornshill Junction is junction 3 of the M80, linking to the B757, and forming the spur (current mainline) to the A80; and also features a right-hand entry to the motorway. As part of the current M80 completion works, it is planned to convert the junction to a standard roundabout.
Main Article: Auchenkilns Junction
Auchenkilns Junction is a junction found on the A80 in the detached area of Dunbartonshire. This is one of the most infamous junctions in Scotland, and was formerly an at-grade roundabout. The junction had such a poor accident record that it was rebuilt ahead of the motorway upgrade of the A80.
Main Article: Stirling services
The section between Hornshill and Mollinsburn opened northbound on the 7th of February and southbound on the 14th. The modifications to the junctions are still to be completed.