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Major Routes in Scotland
M77 and M74 are the main motorways that link Scotland to the rest of the UK. Both originate near Glasgow and head south to Kilmarnock and Carlisle respectively.
M8 is another motorway that connects Edinburgh to Glasgow.
M9 branches off from M8 near Edinburgh and leads to the interior of the county. After getting converted into A9 it leads to Perth and Inverness.
A82 connects Inverness with Glasgow.
A96 takes a circuitous route in the interior of the county connecting Inverness, Elgin, Keith, Huntley and Aberdeen.
A90 connects Aberdeen to Dundee and Perth.
Roads to Avoid in Scotland
Roadworks or closed roads are the major reasons for delay in major parts of Scotland: Highlands and Islands; North East Scotland; Tayside and Central; Glasgow and W. Scotland; Edinburg and E. Scotland; and South Scotland. In Highlands and Islands, there are major roadworks particularly at Sconser, in Sconser, causing delay. There are also roadworks at Ralia, in Newtonmore; and near B9154 in Moy. For hassle-free travel, taking alternative routes is advised. 
Similarly, in North East Scotland Hadded Street are closed both ways for roadworks between Exchange Street and Carmelite Street in Aberdeen. The roadworks are also affecting Stirling Street between Hadden Street and Imperial Place and Exchange street between Trinity Lane and A93 Guild Street. Temporary gross weight limit of 7.5 tons on New Street both ways between Seafield Square and Burnside Street in Rothes is affecting all driving lanes. 
Motorway Cameras in Scotland
To monitor traffic, the government has installed motorway cameras all over Scotland. Some cameras are located in Lothianburn, Baberton, Claylands, Baird Road, Rodding Law, Calder and Well Dean.
Builders Merchants in Scotland
John W Grant & Son Ltd
1991 Maryhill Road
G20 0AA
Tel: 0141 945 0278
McNair Building & Timber Merchants
Old Mill Park
Glasgow Road
G66 1SS
Tel: 0141 777 8080
Fleming Buildbase
Wood Street
Tel: 01324 665444
Keyline Builders Merchant
Soroba Road
PA34 4GS
Tel: 01631 358 117
Local Government
There are 32 unitary authorities in Scotland. Following are some of the more important ones:
Edinburgh City Council
City Chambers, High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1YJ
Tel: 0131 200 2000
Glasgow City Council
City Chambers, George Square, Glasgow, G2 1DU
Tel: 0141 287 2000
Aberdeen City Council
The Point, Ground Floor, St. Nicholas House, Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1AR
Tel: 0845 608 0910
Aberdeenshire Council
Woodhill House, Westburn Road, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB16 5GB
Tel: 0845 608 1207
Scotland has five international airports as well as a number of smaller ones. Edinburgh and Glasgow are two most important of the international airports. Edinburgh Airport is located at Turnhouse, 5.8 miles west of the city of Edinburgh. It is situated just off the M8 motorway.
Glasgow Airport is located 8 miles southwest of Glasgow city near the towns of Paisley and Renfrew. It is also situated on the M8 motorway.
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