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M876 motorway
UK motorway M876.PNG

Road of the United Kingdom

Length 8 miles (12.9 km)
Direction West - East
Start Dennyloanhead
Primary destinations None
End Bowtrees near Kincardine Bridge
Construction dates 1980 - entire motorway
Motorways joined UK-Motorway-M80.svg
M80 motorway
M9 motorway (twice)

The M876 motorway is a motorway in Scotland. The motorway runs from Denny to Airth in the Falkirk council area, forming an approach road to the Kincardine Bridge. It was opened in 1980.

The road is 8 miles (13 km) long. It begins by turning off the M80 and bypasses the towns of Falkirk and Stenhousemuir. It is one of only two motorways in the UK which form a concurrency with another motorway (the other being the M62 which concurs with the M60 Manchester Orbital motorway), the M9 which it then leaves again and continues for 1 mile (1.6 km) before ending on the A876[1].

The original Kincardine Bridge has been supplemented by a second bridge, (the Clackmannanshire Bridge) for traffic towards Alloa, which opened in 2008. As part of the works, the terminal roundabout was replaced with a Grade separated junction, and the A876 beyond the junction has been upgraded to dual carriageway standard .



M876 Motorway
Westbound Junction Eastbound
Glasgow, Cumbernauld M80 M80 J5 Start of motorway
Falkirk, Denny A883 J1 Falkirk, Denny A883
No exit J2 Stenhousemuir, Larbert A88
Stirling M9 M9 J8 No exit
Edinburgh, Grangemouth M9 M9 J7 Edinburgh, Grangemouth M9
Start of motorway J3 Kincardine Bridge A876
Grangemouth A905
Airth A905

See also


  1. ^ Headline Projects | Transport Scotland

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