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|Length:||11.2 miles (18 km)|
|Now part of:||A92|
|Route outline (key)|
The A930 starts on the eastern side of Dundee city centre, departing from the A92 at a fork, and so maintaining the coastal road as the A92 heads inland to bypass the towns and villages of the coast. In the past, the A930 used to gain priority, doubtless as it was the original route of the A92 (the A930 originally began in the centre of Dundee). However, with the roadworks taking place in autumn 2009 the junction is no longer a TOTSO. The road remains S4 (with plentiful roadside parking) through the first roundabout, before narrowing to S2 as we reach the shore (albeit blocked from a sea view by the railway).As we enter Broughty Ferry, the B978 joins from the north, while the A930 keeps heading east, across the border into Angus from Dundee City, although there is no let up in the development along the road.B962 connects to the A92, while we keep heading east across the large headland that sticks into the mouth of the River Tay. The small village of Barry has been bypassed, and the A930 reaches Carnoustie (after passing its golf courses) at a roundabout on the edge of town. Another roundabout provides a modern road up to the A92, and then its the long slog through the town full of golfers and tourist shops.