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Rothes Roundabout (Glenrothes)

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Rothes Roundabout
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Location
Glenrothes
County
Fife
Highway Authority
Fife
Junction Type
Roundabout
Roads Joined
A911
This article is about Rothes Roundabout on the A911 in Glenrothes.
For Rothes Roundabout on the A941 in the village of Rothes, Moray, see Rothes Roundabout
.


The Rothes Roundabout lies to the north west of Glenrothes town centre, where Rothes road meets the A911. It is a 4 arm junction with the eastern arm of the A911 and Rothes Road both dualled, whilst the other two approaches split either side of large grass islands. As a new town development, the A911 was moved south on a new alignment past the town centre, away from Cadham and Markinch. It is also quite possible that early plans for the A911 route were much grander than what we see now, perhaps with grade separated junctions. Certainly, the B921 and A92 to the south show evidence for this, but the A911 does not appear to have been so developed.

Routes

Route To Notes

A911

Leven, Kirkcaldy, Town Centre, Markinch

A911

Leslie, Milnathort, Glenrothes North
Queensway Ind Est
Glenrothes West and South




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