Tullis Russell Roundabout
|Tullis Russell Roundabout|
|Location Map ( geo)|
Tullis Russell Roundabout is a junction in Glenrothes. It is currently a roundabout but bigger plans were proposed in the late 1960s when Glenrothes was being developed. The junction would be grade separated in the form of a diamond interchange or roundabout interchange. The A92 was to be dualled and take a straighter line between here and Balfarg Junction with the result that the curve at Cadham Road would be bypassed. Depending on the junction layout chosen, this curve would become the northbound on-slip.
Plans for the new town were scaled back so none of this happened and the junction was built as a plain roundabout with this section of A92 remaining as single carriageway.
|Dundee, St Andrews, Cupar|
|Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes|