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Highfield Roundabout (Dalry)

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Highfield Roundabout
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Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Junction Type
Opening Date
May 2019
Roads Joined
A737, B707, B714
Junctions related to the A737
Junctions related to the B714
This article is about the roundabout in Dalry.
For other junctions with the same name, see Highfield Roundabout
Approaching from the north

Highfield Roundabout is a roundabout on the A737 near Dalry in North Ayrshire, it opened in 2019 as part of the Dalry Bypass and connects the bypass to the north end of the former route of the A737 through the town, which is now classified as the B714. This has been slightly re-routed to bypass the houses at Highfield, and the B707 has also been slightly realigned to meet the new roundabout. The junction is therefore a four arm junction with two approach lanes on each arm. The A737 to either side of the roundabout is S2+1 to allow overtaking away from the junction.


The roundabout replaces the old junction between the A737 and B707, which was situated downhill to the west. The junction is still there, a crossroads with a farm drive on the opposite side to the former B707. This is now closed up before reaching the roundabout, and so only access a farm. Old photos suggest that the junction was completely unsigned for many years before the bypass opened.


Route To Notes


Beith, Paisley, Glasgow (M8)


Kilwinning, Irvine, Dalry avoiding low bridge (B714)


Dalry Bypassed A737



Highfield Roundabout (Dalry)
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