Perth’s immediate access to Scotland’s national road network ensures quick and easy access to markets and talent.

It is widely acknowledged that Perth is a major strategic hub in the Scottish transport network where the principal routes connecting the central belt to North and North East Scotland converge. Broxden Roundabout is one of the busiest junctions in Scotland. Located 10 minutes from the city centre the roundabout is an important hub of the Scottish road network, a major junction on the A9 north-south route, and the UK’s northernmost motorway junction, being junction 12 of the M90 motorway. All of the seven cities in Scotland are signposted from its exits.

Broxden is an interchange for several local bus and long-distance coach services; it is the central point for the Megabus coach service in Scotland. Broxden is also home to a park and ride bus services to Perth city centre.

To provide essential linkages to growth areas set out in our Local Development Plan,  and to address congestion points in the network,  the Perth Transport Futures Project is providing focused investment in major road infrastructure projects, which will be delivered in four phases over the next few years.

Travel Times from Perth Road (Miles) Road (Minutes
Aberdeen 81.7 miles 108
Dundee 22.5 miles 25
Dundee Airport 19.5 miles 20
Edinburgh 43.5 miles 55
Edinburgh Airport 40.5 miles 45
Inverness 112 miles 136
Glasgow 59.8 miles 58
Glasgow Airport 68.5 miles 75