At present, cyclists following National Cycle Route 76 between Burntisland and Kinghorn are using the carriageway of the A921. This route has a 40mph limit. Works have now started on a new off-road pedestrian/cycle track on the A921. This will allow the two communities to walk or cycle without traffic concerns.
The path, which is about 2.5 km, also serves Pettycur Bay caravan site. It's likely to be very popular with visitors to the area, perhaps staying at the caravan park, local hotels or following National Route 76 (Round the Forth route).
The cost of the works is £292,000 for the first phase (Kinghorn to Pettycur Bay Caravan Site) with Phase 2 (Pettycur Bay to Burntisland) costing a similar amount. Work will be ongoing in 2021.
Here are some plans of the development work being done on the Burntisland to Kinghorn route.