|Location Map ( geo)|
|A9, B8063, B9099|
Luncarty Bridge is the name given to the junction where the B8063 and B9099 terminate on the A9 a few miles north of Perth. The junction is grade separated, with the dual carriageway A9 passing through underneath. The B8063 actually terminates on the B9099 on the northbound side of the A9, at a simple give-way junction. There is then a two-way bridge carrying traffic across the A9 into Luncarty village, with an on-slip onto the southbound A9 squeezed between the main road and the railway line. Southbound traffic on the A9 is not, strictly speaking, catered for at this junction, although it can leave the A9 a couple of miles to the north, and follow the old route of the A9 through Luncarty to reach the B8063.
This junction also marks the northern end of the continuous dual carriageway from the M9 at Dunblane. A little to the north of the junction, the A9 is reduced to single carriageway, although the Scottish Governments plans to fully dual the A9 will see this change in the next few years. This is unlikely to directly affect this junction, although it may change the southbound 'offslip' to the north, which is currently full access, but may be restricted to a southbound only LiLo, or even closed and connected to a new junction to the north.
|Luncarty, Stanley||Former A9|
|Glen Almond, Crieff|