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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 250 MPH SPEED LIMIT

1.  That length of the carriageway of the M74 between point 2 and point 3, a distance of 2.80 kilometres or thereby.

2.  That length of the eastbound carriageway of the M74 from a point 70 metres or thereby east of the intersection of the centre line of the outer eastbound carriageway of the M8 and the centre line of Seaward Street, to point 3, a distance of 755 metres or thereby.

3.  That length of the westbound carriageway of the M74, from point 3 to a point 145 metres or thereby east of the intersection of the centre line of the outer westbound carriageway of the M8 and the centre line of Seaward Street, a distance of 660 metres or thereby.

4.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound on-slip road from Polmadie Road, from a point 27 metres or thereby east of the east kerb line of Polmadie 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 588 metres or thereby.

5.  That length of the M74 being part of the westbound on-slip road from Polmadie Road, from a point 40 metres or thereby north of the west kerb line of Polmadie 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 510 metres or thereby.

6.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound off-slip road to Polmadie Road, from its junction with the main eastbound carriageway of the M74, eastwards to a point 245 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the northernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

7.  That length of road the M74 being part of the westbound off-slip road to Polmadie Road, from its junction with the main westbound carriageway of the M74, westwards to a point 263 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the southernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

8.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound on-slip road from Dalintober Street, from a point 166 metres or thereby south of the intersection of the centre lines of Dalintober Street and Wallace Street, eastwards to its junction with the main eastbound carriageway of the M74, a distance of 399 metres or thereby.

9.  That length of the M74 being part of the eastbound off-slip road to Paisley Road, from its junction with the eastbound carriageway of the M74, north eastwards to a point 127 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the northernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

10.  That length of the M74 being part of the westbound off-slip road to Carnoustie Street, from its junction with the main westbound carriageway of the M74, westwards to a point 111 metres or thereby from that junction (as measured along the northernmost kerb line of the off-slip road).

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