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Hillend Roundabout

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Hillend Roundabout
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A737 Dalry Bypass - Hillend Roundabout aerial looking north east.jpg
Aerial photo looking north east
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Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Junction Type
Opening Date
May 2019
Roads Joined
A737, B714
Junctions related to the A737
Junctions related to the B714
Approaching from the south

Hillend 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 south end of the former route of the A737 through the town, which is now classified as the B714. The junction is a three armed roundabout, with the bypass approaching from the east, having crossed the railway and river in quick succession. It is S2+1, providing a climbing lane on the very gently gradient heading east away from the roundabout. All three arms have been provided with two lanes on the approaches for turning traffic.


Route To Notes


Beith, Paisley, Glasgow (M8)


Kilwinning, Irvine


Dalry avoiding low bridge Bypassed A737

Hillend Roundabout
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A737 Dalry Bypass - Hillend Roundabout aerial looking north east.jpgA737 Dalry Bypass - Hillend aerial looking north.jpgA737 Dalry Bypass - Hillend Roundabout B714 ADS.jpgA737 Dalry Bypass - Hillend Roundabout A737 south ADS.jpgA737 Dalry Bypass - Hillend project sign.jpg

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