Highgate Hill Roundabout
|Highgate Hill Roundabout|
|Location Map ( geo)|
|A39 heading towards the roundabout under the A30 at Indian Queens|
|A30, A39, B3279|
Highgate Hill Roundabout is a major road junction between the A30, A39 and B3279 near the village of Indian Queens, Cornwall. Formerly the meeting point of two major trunk routes until the A39 was detrunked in the Mid-2000s, Highgate Hill is one of only two Grade Separated Roundabout junctions in Cornwall (the other being Avers Junction in Redruth).
The junction forms the connection between the northern and eastern flanks of the Indian Queens Bypass, which was opened in 1995, removing both trunk roads, the A392 from Newquay and the B3279 from St Stephen from the centres of Indian Queens, Fraddon and St Columb Road. There also is a link road to Indian Queens between the A39 and the Eastbound entry slip road for the A30 which meets the old route of the A30.
The junction is named after the hill on which it is situated and the name is indicated on the Advance Direction Sign for the roundabout on the A39
|Redruth, Truro, (A39), Fraddon 2¼|
|Wadebridge, St Columb Road, St Columb Major, Airport Newquay, A392|
|St Dennis, Treviscoe|
|Indian Queens, Screech Owl Centre||No HGVs except for access at Indian Queens|