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Should this article be merged with A64(M) motorway, as both are pretty much the same road? Both articles contain the same information - suggestion maybe of merging to Leeds inner ring road.
The precedent for this is in the M74 motorway article, which contains the A74(M) as well, since both are essentially the same road. Erath 13:00, August 15, 2005 (UTC)
I agree, the A58(M) and A64(M) are technically the same road. Merging them together would make sense. Although, the A64(M) is interesting in itself for being one of the UK's shortest motorways. Bryn666 00:19, August 18, 2005 (UTC)
Would anyone argue that the right-side A58 slip road is the only motorway right-side slip in the country? I know of no others. If anyone else does, please let me know before I edit this. cBuckley 12:43, 23 February 2006 (UTC)
M8, A167(M) I think both have at least one. M60 has a right-side entry at J25. Richard B 19:34, 23 February 2006 (UTC)
Has anyone go more info about stages 4, 5 & 6? I can find nothing on the net, so it only has cursory info on there at the moment. Regan123 15:02, 14 October 2006 (UTC)
Isn't stage 4 the bit which runs from the end of stage 3 past Armley Gyratory and along whats known as the A643 Ingram Distributor to J2 of the M621 which opened in I think the late 70s? As for stages 5 and 6 isn't that the bit which runs around the back of Quarry Hill and includes a couple of large new intersections made in the 1990s which link the end of stage 2 with South Accomodation Road prior to construction for stage 7? I think thats what they are although I'm not sure.--Wrh1973 10:47, 22 October 2006 (UTC)