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The numbering zones for A-roads in Great Britain
A roads in the zone 7 in Great Britain starting north of the Solway Firth/ Eden Estuary, west of the A7 and south of the A8 (roads beginning with 7).
Single and double digit roads [ edit ]
Three and four digit numbers [ edit ]
New Town, Edinburgh
St. John's Town of Dalry
Edinburgh City Bypass junction 6, Lothianburn Runs as
A701 between Bilston and Leadburn, Midlothian.
Route primarily within Scottish Borders Council district, southeasten Scotland
Bo'ness Replaced by
A801 between Torphichen and Standhill. Formerly A8 between Standhill and Whitburn
Selkirk The Collins 2012 Collins Big Road Atlas shows the A708 as one of the five most dangerous roads in Scotland based on serious and fatal accidents between 2007 and 2009 in proportion to traffic.
A719 road Turnberry
Fenwick Passes over the
South Gyle Edinburgh City Bypass
Strathaven Re-routed via Glasgow Southern Orbital route from 2006 between
East Kilbride and Newton Mearns. Former A726 between Peel Park and Deaconsbank now renumbered B766 and A727.
Deaconsbank Number formerly (pre-1980s) applied to what is now B767 north of
Clarkston. A727 number recreated in 2006 following opening of Glasgow Southern Orbital route, with new A727 taking over part of what was formerly numbered A726.
Gorbals The southern section of the
Glasgow East End Regeneration Route, between Parkhead and Polmadie, roughly following the course of the abandoned Glasgow Outer Ring Road motorway proposals of the 1960s. The road was completed in 2012 as part of the Clyde Gateway project in preparation for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Irvine Formerly (from its junction with Paisley Road West) the main road between Glasgow and Irvine. Runs from the A8 near Braehead, via Crookston, Barrhead and Shilford, into Irvine.
Glasgow Formerly continued from Hollywood to Milliken Park (now B787), round the south east of Johnstone (now unclassified), to Elderslie (now B789) and onto Paisley to Glasgow (now A761 & A78).
Kilwinning North Ayrshire Formerly A78 through Ardeer Square. Plain A738 is because it is a huge town
Bearsden Incorporates the Clyde Tunnel in Glasgow
A746 road Bladnoch
Greenock North Ayrshire
St John's Town of Dalry
Nine Mile Burn
Dunoon Ferry Terminal
A781 road Buccleuch St,
Dumfries Dockhead, Dumfries
Standhill Formerly part of the
A8 road (see also A89 and B7066)