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The M74 Motorway (Fullarton Road to the M8 West of Kingston Bridge) (Speed Limit) Regulations 2012

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PART 160 MPH SPEED LIMIT

1.  That length of the carriageway of the M74 between point 1 and point 2, a distance of 4.9 kilometres or thereby.

2.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound on-slip road from Fullarton Road, from a point 26 metres or thereby east of the east kerb line of the Fullarton Road roundabout (as measured along the northernmost kerb line of the on-slip road), eastwards to its junction with the main eastbound carriageway of the M74, a distance of 507 metres or thereby.

3.  That length of the M74 being part of the westbound on-slip road from Fullarton Road, from a point 34 metres or thereby west of the west kerb line of the Fullarton Road roundabout (as measured along the southernmost kerb line of the on-slip road), westwards to its junction with the main westbound carriageway of the M74, a distance of 537 metres or thereby.

4.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound off-slip road to Fullarton Road, from its junction with the main eastbound carriageway of the M74, eastwards to a point 239 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the northernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

5.  That length of the M74 being part of the westbound off-slip road to Fullarton Road, from its junction with the main westbound carriageway of the M74, westwards to a point 237 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the southernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

6.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound on-slip road from Cambuslang Road, from a point 93 metres or thereby east of the north east kerb line of Cambuslang Road (as measured along the northernmost kerb line of the on-slip road), eastwards to its junction with the main eastbound carriageway of the M74, a distance of 572 metres or thereby.

7.  That length of the M74 being part of the westbound on-slip road from Cambuslang Road, from a point 103 metres or thereby west of the south west kerb line of Cambuslang Road (as measured along the southernmost kerb line of the on-slip road), westwards to its junction with the main westbound carriageway of the M74, a distance of 600 metres or thereby.

8.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound off-slip road to Cambuslang Road, from its junction with the main eastbound carriageway of the M74, eastwards to a point 270 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the northernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

9.  That length of the M74 being part of the westbound off-slip road to Cambuslang Road, from its junction with the main westbound carriageway of the M74, westwards to a point 247 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the southernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

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