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Redhouse Roundabout

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Redhouse Roundabout
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Location
North of Kirkcaldy
County
Fife
Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Junction Type
Roundabout
Roads Joined
A92, A921, B9130
Junctions related to the A921
Junctions related to the B9130

Redhouse Roundabout is the junction between the A92, the A921 and the B9130 north of Kirkcaldy, Fife.

History

The junction was originally planned as a three level stacked roundabout slightly to the east of its current location. The east-west route would have continued eastwards to join the A915. The north-south route would have continued southwards towards Gallatown Roundabout, then planned as a roundabout interchange.

With the scaling back of plans for the new town of Glenrothes the road network was simplified and the junction was built as a flat roundabout although stubs on the northern approach to the junction suggest grade separation was still intended.

Routes

Route To Notes

A92

Glenrothes, St Andrews, Dundee, (A91)

A92

Kirkcaldy West, (A910, Edinburgh, (M90)

A921

Kirkcaldy East and North

B9130

Thornton 1½




Redhouse Roundabout
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