Keir Roundabout

An important five-way road junction in NE Stirling, the Keir Roundabout is situated a half-mile (0.8 km) northeast of Keir House and 1¼ miles (2 km) south of Dunblane. It was constructed in the 1980s to principally link the M9 motorway to the dual-carriageway section of the A9 Trunk Road which proceeds northeast to Perth. The other roads which meet here are the 'old' A9 from Bridge of Allan, the dual-carriageway B8033 that leads into Dunblane (which was once the northern section of the A9) and the B824 to Doune.

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