The A66(M) is a tiny little spur from the A1(M) to connect it to Darlington, which disappointingly ends on a single-carriageway road. It's quite odd that it was given its own number as it doesn't last much longer than a mile.
More interestingly this road is a link from the new A1 (or rather A1(M)) to the old A1: the road's original course is now the unclassified road to Barton. It would be nice to get rid of the mismatched capacity at the end of the spur by providing a dual-carriageway bypass for Darlington instead, tying neatly in to the existing A66 towards Middlesbrough. But that won't happen.
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When the various parts of the A66(M) were built, listed in chronological order.
All the junctions and destinations along the route.
|(A1(M) J57)||The SOUTH
|1 mile, 2 lanes||1 mile, 2 lanes|