While they weren’t designed for this purpose and no successful record of such a landing exists, the answer is yes.
I base my answer on the fact that on April 4, 1977, Southern Airways flight 242 (a DC-9-31) tried to attempt this feat in the state of Georgia in the U.S.
While ultimately not a very successful try, it does make the case that such action is plausible under the right circumstances. The problem with motorways is, although they have similar properties to a regular landing strip, there are cars and surrounding obstacles like sign posts that make things a bit tricky.
For a more detailed analysis on the feasibility of such a thing, see here.
On a lighter note, this video suggests it may depend on who’s on the motorway at the time…
Question from Sarah Joy via Twitter
Answer by Artem Cheprasov