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A random selection of interesting facts about the roads and motorways of the world.
The B6318 is the longest B-road in Britain at 61.4 miles from Heddon-on-the-Wall to Langholm.
The first British road ever to be surfaced with tarmac was Radcliffe Road in Nottingham in 1902.
Cornwall, Devon, East Sussex, Norfolk, Northumberland, Rutland, Suffolk are the only English counties that don’t have a motorway.
The narrowest road in the UK is Parliament Street in Exeter. Measuring just 48 inches (1.22 metres) at its widest point, the road is barely wide enough for two people to pass side-by-side. The road dates from the 14th century and is also claimed to be one of the world's narrowest roads.
When the first motorways opened in Britain, the penalty for reversing up the carriageway was a £20 fine.