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The A92 road (English for, road A92 ') is a trunk road in Scotland, which connects Dunfermline to Stonehaven. It is one of the most important highways of the Unitary Authority's Fife, Dundee, Angus and Aberdeenshire.
The A92 will begin on Halbeath roundabout situated just off the M90 east of Dunfermline. First takes you to the northeast past Cowdenbeath and Kirkcaldy to the course of the road then bends approximately 17 km to the north. After crossing from Glenrothes A92 crosses the running between Auchtermuchty and Cupar A91, large parts of the unitary authority Fife opens up before they veers gradually to the northeast and crosses in Newport-on -Tay on Tay Road Bridge Firth of Tay. It crosses the opposite Dundee and then follows the coastline to the east first, then increasingly in a northeasterly direction. Here it crosses the towns of Arbroath, Montrose and Inverbervie. South of Stonehaven, the A92 combines then with the A90, the coast also follows the same direction since Dundee.
Former route of the A92
Two-lane expansion north of Inverbervie
Bus stop west of Arbroath
- A road in Scotland
- Transport structure in Fife (Scotland )
- Traffic building in Dundee
- Transport structure in Angus (Scotland )
- Transport structure in Aberdeenshire