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The M90/A90 Trunk Road (Admiralty Interchange to Dalmeny) (Variable Speed Limits, Actively Managed Hard Shoulder and Bus Lane) Regulations 2017

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PART 2LENGTHS OF THE RELEVANT ROAD ON WHICH A VARIABLE SPEED LIMIT MAY BE APPLIED

1.  The southbound carriageway, from the point where the southbound on-slip merges with the southbound carriageway at Junction 1 Admiralty Interchange to a point 300 metres or thereby west of the point where the A90 crosses Standingstanes Road, Dalmeny.

2.  The northbound carriageway, from the junction between the M90 and A90 at Scotstoun Junction to the point where the northbound on-slip merges with the northbound carriageway at Junction 1 Admiralty Interchange.

3.  The southbound on-slip connecting the roundabout at Junction 1 Admiralty Interchange with the southbound carriageway.

4.  The northbound off-slip connecting the northbound carriageway to the roundabout at Junction 1 Admiralty Interchange.

5.  The southbound off-slip at Ferrytoll Junction, from the southbound carriageway to a point 30 metres or thereby north of the junction of the off-slip with the roundabout at Ferrytoll Junction.

6.  The northbound on-slip at Ferrytoll Junction, from a point 40 metres or thereby north of the junction of the on-slip with the roundabout at Ferrytoll Junction to the northbound carriageway.

7.  The southbound on-slip at Ferrytoll Junction, from a point 215 metres or thereby north of the point where it begins to merge with the southbound carriageway to the point where the merge with the southbound carriageway ends.

8.  The northbound off-slip at Ferrytoll Junction, from the northbound carriageway to a point 30 metres or thereby south of the junction of the off-slip with the roundabout at Ferrytoll Junction.

9.  The southbound off-slip at Queensferry Junction, from the southbound carriageway to a point 15 metres or thereby north of the junction of the off-slip with the roundabout at Queensferry Junction.

10.  The northbound on-slip at Queensferry Junction, from a point 35 metres or thereby north of the junction of the on-slip with the roundabout at Queensferry Junction to the northbound carriageway.

11.  The southbound on-slip at Queensferry Junction, from a point 20 metres or thereby south of the junction of the on-slip with the roundabout at Queensferry Junction to the southbound carriageway.

12.  The northbound off-slip at Queensferry Junction, from the northbound carriageway to a point 20 metres or thereby south of the junction of the off-slip with the roundabout at Queensferry Junction.

13.  In this schedule—

(a)a junction followed by a number is a reference to the junction of the M90 of that number;

(b)the “A90” means that part of the M90/A90 Edinburgh – Fraserburgh Trunk Road that is not motorway;

(c)the “M90” means that part of the M90/A90 Edinburgh – Fraserburgh Trunk Road that is motorway;

(d)“motorway” has the same meaning as in the 1995 Regulations;

(e)“off-slip” means a slip road intended for the use of traffic leaving the main carriageway of the M90/A90;

(f)“on-slip” means a slip road intended for the use of traffic joining the main carriageway of the M90/A90.

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