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Manrahead Roundabout

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Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Junction Type
Roads Joined
A737, B777, B7049
Junctions related to the A737

Manrahead Roundabout lies at the southern end of the Beith bypass on the A737. It is a four arm roundabout, with the B7049 following the original alignment of the A737 through the town, and the B777 heading west to Kilbirnie. The B777 was realigned to meet the roundabout when it was built, the old alignment now a cycle route between housing estates a little to the north. Both of these turnings therefore leave to the west of the A737, with no turnings on the eastern side of the roundabout. Each arm just has a single approach and departure lane, despite the junction being relatively busy with turning traffic. The southern part of the B7049 is a lengthy useless multiplex with the B777, which resumes in the town centre, which is perhaps why its number is not mentioned on signage at the junction. A single sign incorrectly numbers it as the B777.


Route To Notes


Paisley, Glasgow, Airport (M8)


Dalry, Kilwinning, Beith, Irvine


Glengarnock, Kilbirnie


Beith Also signed as B777

Manrahead Roundabout

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