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A roads in Zone 9 of the Great Britain numbering scheme

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The numbering zones for A-roads in Great Britain
The numbering zones for A-roads in Great Britain

List of A roads in zone 9 in Great Britain starting north of the A8, east of the A9 (roads beginning with 9).

Single- and double-digit roads

Road From To Notes
A9 Falkirk Scrabster Formerly to John o' Groats
A90 Edinburgh Fraserburgh Via Perth and Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. Originally had its north end in Dundee, but was extended north in the 1990s.
A91 St Andrews Bannockburn
A92 Dunfermline Blackdog interchange Via Tay Road Bridge, Dundee, Arbroath, Stonehaven and Aberdeen. Swapped with the A914 in the 1990s. Formerly continued north to Fraserburgh; this became the A90, A952, and A90 in the 1990s.
A93 Perth Aberdeen via Braemar
A94 Perth Forfar Via Coupar Angus. Formerly continued north to Stonehaven; this became part of the A90 in the 1990s.
A95 Aviemore Banff
A96 Aberdeen Inverness Originally ran along Gallowgate on the east end. This was discontinued, and A96 was rerouted over the A946.
A97 Banff Dinnet
A98 Fraserburgh Fochabers
A99 Latheron John o' Groats An older routing went from A80 in Pirnhall to A9 in Bannockburn (now A91).

Triple-digit roads

Road From To Notes
A900 Edinburgh Leith
A901 Leith Granton
A902 Leith Maybury
A903 Granton Trinity
A904 South Queensferry Falkirk
A905 Grangemouth Stirling
A906 Unused Ran from A823 south of Dunfermline to A985 west of Rosyth (now B9156). The road originally continued east via current A985 to Rosyth.
A907 Stirling Crossgates
A908 Alloa Tillicoultry
A909 Burntisland Kelty
A910 Kirkcaldy Kirkcaldy
A911 Windygates Milnathort
A912 Perth Muirhead
A913 Cupar Aberargie
A914 Muirhead Newport-on-Tay Swapped with the A92 in the 1990s.
A915 Kirkcaldy St Andrews
A916 Windygates Cupar
A917 Largo St Andrews Coast road via Crail
A918 St Andrews St Andrews
A919 St Michaels Guardbridge
A920 Ellon Dufftown Originally allocated to a road from A90 (now A912) in Perth east and north via Marshall Place and Tay Street to A85 (now A989) & A921 (now South Street); this is now part of the A989. Later allocated to a road from Dufftown to Keith; this became the B9014 when the current A920 replaced the old B9014 from Dufftown to Huntly and other roads.
A921 Kirkcaldy M90 motorway Originally allocated to a road from A9 (now Caledonian Road) in Perth via York Place, County Place, and South Street to A85 & A920. Later allocated to a road from Upper Largo to north of Crail (now A917, B942, and B9171).
A922 Kinross Kinross Previously allocated to a road from South Street (then A85) in Perth north to West Bridge Street (then A94); this is now part of the A85.
A923 Dundee Dunkeld
A924 Pitlochry Bridge of Cally
A925 Unused Ran from A93 via Wellmeadow and Gasbrae to A923 in Blairgowrie.
A926 Forfar Blairgowrie
A927 Unused Ran from A923 northwest of Dundee to downtown Alyth (now B952 and B954).
A928 Kirriemuir Todhills
A929 Dundee Dundee Formerly continued north to Forfar; this section became part of the A90 in the 1990s.
A930 Dundee Carnoustie
A931 Unused Ran from A92 via Dock Street to A92 (now A991) in Dundee; this became part of a rerouted A92, while the old route of the A92 is now the B959, A929, and A991.
A932 Forfar Friockheim
A933 Brechin Arbroath Formerly continued north via what is now the A935 and B966 to Clerk Street (then part of the A94); this section was eliminated when the A94 bypass (now A90 bypass) was built.
A934 Montrose Glasterlaw
A935 Brechin Montrose
A936 Unused Ran from Southesk Street (then part of the A933) in Brechin via Panmure Street to Clerk Street (then part of the A94); this road became part of the A935 when the A94 bypass (now A90 bypass) was built.
A937 Laurencekirk Montrose
A938 Carrbridge Dulnain Bridge
A939 Nairn Ballater
A940 Forres Dava
A941 Lossiemouth Rhynie
A942 Cullen Buckie
A943 Unused Ran from Banchory to Bridge of Dee (now B974 and B9077).
A944 Aberdeen Corgarff
A945 Bridge of Dee Aberdeen
A946 Unused Ran from A96 (now George Street) in Aberdeen to Aberdeen Docks (now A96, A956, Commerce Street, Regent Quay, and Waterloo Quay).
A947 Aberdeen Banff
A948 Ellon New Deer Formerly continued to Turriff via what is now the B9170.
A949 Dornoch Bonar Bridge Previously allocated to a road from Peterhead to Toll of Birness (became part of A952, now A982 and A90).
A950 Peterhead A98 at New Pitsligo
A951 Unused Ran from A9 (now B9152) south of Aviemore to Coylumbridge (now B970; the road previously continued east to Loch Morlich). Previously allocated to a road from the A950 via King Street to Queen Street (then the A952) in Peterhead; this became part of the A952 (now A982).
A952 Toll of Birness Cortes Originally went through Peterhead instead of Mintlaw; this became part of an extended A90 in the 1990s, and the number was reused on the section of the A92 that did not become part of the A90.
A953 A97, Castle Street, Banff Harbour Place, Banff Quayside. 300yds long.
A954 Unused Ran as a loop off the A914 (now B946) via High Road in Newport-on-Tay; this became part of the B946 when the Tay road bridge was built, causing the A92 to be extended and the A914 (which later was swapped with the A92) to be rerouted to bypass Newport-on-Tay.
A955 Kirkcaldy Leven
A956 Bridge of Don, Aberdeen A90 at Cleanhill (near Maryculter) Includes King Street, Market Street and Wellington Road in Aberdeen; extended from Charlestown to Cleanhill in 2018 as part of AWPR
A957 Stonehaven Crathes Known as the Slug Road
A958 Unused Ran from Muirdrum to Forfar (now B9128).
A959 Unused Ran from Anstruther to Brownhills (now B9131).
A960 Kirkwall Deerness
A961 Kirkwall Burwick
A962 Broad Street, Kirkwall Junction Road, Kirkwall West Castle Street
A963 Kirkwall Junction with A961
A964 Kirkwall Junction with A965
A965 Kirkwall Stromness
A966 Finstown Birsay
A967 Stromness Birsay
A968 Voe Haroldswick Includes two ferry crossings. Previously allocated to a road from Lerwick to Sumburgh; this became part of the A970 when the current route was created.
A969 Lerwick Lerwick Formerly continued west to Scalloway via what is now a spur of the A970.
A970 Sumburgh North Roe Spurs to Scalloway and Hillswick
A971 Tingwall Sandness Spur to Walls
A972 Dundee Dundee Formerly continued west to the A90 (now A85); this section became part of the A90 in the 1990s, while the old route of the A90 in Dundee became an extension of the A85.
A973 Unused Ran from Crathie to Potarch (now B976 and B993).
A974 Unused Ran from Ordie to Westhill (now B976 and B993).
A975 A90 (Rashierieve nr Newburgh) Longhaven (A90) Aberdeen–Peterhead coastal route
A976 Unused Ran from A907 to A823 in Dunfermline via Baldridgeburn, Mill Street, and Foundry Street; the Baldridgeburn section became the B9155, while the rest was declassified.
A977 Kincardine Bridge Kinross
A978 Union Street, Aberdeen King Street, Aberdeen
A979 Unused Ran from Oyne to Gartly (now B9002).
A980 Alford, Aberdeenshire Banchory
A981 New Deer Fraserburgh Formerly continued to Inverurie via what is now the B9170.
A982 Peterhead, South A90 Junction Peterhead, North Road (A90) Former alignment of A90. Previously allocated to Telford Road from A90 to Ferry Road (then part of the A902) in Edinburgh; this became part of a rerouted A902, while the old route of A902 became the B9085.
A983 Unused Ran from Falkland to southeast of Newburgh (now B936).
A984 Coupar Angus Dunkeld
A985 Kincardine Inverkeithing Now incorporates the Kincardine Bridge.
A986 Finstown Twatt
A987 Unused Ran from Kirkcaldy to west of Aberdour (now B9157). Previously allocated to another road, probably in Perth, but it is unknown where that road was.
A988 Unused Ran from A910 to A921 north of Kirkcaldy (now B981). Previously allocated to another road, probably in Perth, but it is unknown where that road was.
A989 Perth Perth Perth Inner Ring Road.
A990 Broadley Buckie
A991 Dundee Dundee Dundee Inner Ring Road
A993 Bo'ness Muirhouses
A994 Dunfermline Cairneyhill, at Cairneyhill Roundabout
A997 Unused Ran from A9 to A91 north of Stirling (now B998).

Four-digit roads

Road From To Notes
A9000 New road created on 30 August 2017 as a renumbering of the A90 over the Forth Road Bridge as the Queensferry Crossing opened.
A9011 Ashgrove, Aberdeen Stockethill, Aberdeen
A9012 Ashgrove, Aberdeen Northfield, Aberdeen
A9013  A90 Bridge of Dee, Aberdeen King Street, Aberdeen Holburn Street and Union Street

See also

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