|To:||Kirkcaldy Bypass (NT248946)|
|Length:||3.7 miles (6 km)|
|Meets:||A921, B9157, B925, B981, A92|
|Old route now:||B981|
|Route outline (key)|
The A910 is a short A-road in Kirkcaldy.
The road starts at a traffic light controlled junction on Kirkcaldy Esplanade as Nicol Street. It turns right at a roundabout then left at a mini-roundabout onto Forth Avenue and left again at Kirkcaldy station onto Oriel Road and Wester Bogie Road through some new housing schemes. At the Chapel Roundabout it becomes dual carriageway up the hill to the A92 East Fife Regional Road.
The road used to start on the A907 (now B925) in Kirkcaldy and leave town along Hendry Road. It then ran along the current line of the B981 through Cluny, Cardenden, Auchterderren and Lochgelly to meet the A90 (now A909) to the north of Cowdenbeath. As such, the only original section of the A910 is that part which multiplexes with the B981.
With the upgrading of the A92 and downgrading of the A907, the road was shortened, bypassed and linked to Kircaldy seafront. Its easternmost section, Nichol Street, was the original B925 before that road was extended westwards.
Original Author(s): A8000 Bob