|Location Map ( geo)|
It is a busy, signalised T junction, with a turning lane and filter on the A90 eastbound. To the south, the B701 (here named Drum Brae North) climbs very steeply to clear the ridge of Corstorphine Hill. The almost-parallel A902 Maybury Road from Barnton Junction provides an alternative, faster route to the west for traffic going out of the city, so this junction is mainly for local traffic.
|Dalmeny, Queensferry, Forth Road Bridge, Airport|
|City Centre, Davidson Mains, Blackhall, Leith|
|Drumbrae, Clermiston, Corstorphine||Road No. not shown|