Who Built the First Motorway?

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The first motor way to be opened in UK was 81/4 mile long M6. It was opened by the then prime minister Harold MacMillan.
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The first main motorway in the UK was the M1 which opened in 1959.
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to divert traffic wishing to cross Manchester from having to pass through the city centre, rather diverting them round the city, and at the same time opening up easier access for
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The M4 motorway is a motorway in Great Britain linking London with Wales. The first parts were completed in 1961.
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Approximately four years according to this website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Dis….
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