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Dairsie Roundabout

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Dairsie Roundabout
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Location
Dairsie, Cupar
County
Fife
Highway Authority
Fife
Junction Type
Roundabout
Roads Joined
A91, A914

Dairsie Roundabout is the eastern end of the multiplex between the A91 and the A914, the routes having run together since Cupar a few miles to the west. In the past it was the A92 and the A91 which formed the multiplex, but with the opening of the Tay Road Bridge, the A92 and A914 routes were swapped to take the new main route away from the town of Cupar.

The roundabout is a simple 3-arm junction with the A91 running roughly east-west, and the A914 heading north. Prior to the construction of the current roundabout, the junction was a fork, with the two routes splitting as they headed east, and the A92 (as was) then turning north almost immediately. The shape of this fork can still be seen in the wide verge in the north west corner of the junction.

Routes

Route To Notes

A91

Edinburgh,Kincardine Bridge (M90), Dairsie, Cupar

A91

St Andrews, Leuchars

A914

Tay Bridge, Ballmullo, Newport, Tayport




Dairsie Roundabout
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