|Transport Scotland (SETRU)|
|(M90), A9, A93|
The Broxden Roundabout, junction 12 (formerly junction 11) of the M90, is the northern most motorway junction in the British Isles. Found in Perth, it is one of Scotland's busiest and most major junction. The A9 TOTSOs here for its journey to Inverness and the far north of Scotland at this roundabout. Going south, its signed for Stirling and Glasgow while the A93 takes the A9's old route though Perth. The M90 spur meanwhile takes traffic to Dundee, Aberdeen or Edinburgh.
It is a poorly designed junction since three of the four arms are dualled therefore causes much of its busyness. There are no plans for now to grade separate this junction.
|Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Dundee, Braemar, Blairgowrie, Cu. Angus|
|Inverness, Industrial Estate, Football Stadium, Crianlarich (A85)|
|Perth City Centre, Broxden Business Park|