|M77 motorway in the UK|
|Start of the street:||Glasgow , Kinning Park|
|End of street:||Fenwick|
|Overall length:||32.2 km (20 mi )|
|M77 in Newton Mearns (picture 2006)|
The for the ferry to Belfast important, largely opened after violent protests in 1997 and 2005 extended southward M77 motorway ( English for, M77 motorway ') is a motorway in central Scotland , by the M8 motorway to the south-southwest of Kilmarnock leads, just before that city merges with the A77 which continues to Ayr and then leads via Cairnryan (ferry terminal to Belfast) to Stranraer and on to Portpatrick . The total length as a motorway is 32.2 km.