I often stay with friends in Rigg and almost every time I go down there, there's collision debris. I only use the crossing if I'm heading onto the M74 south or if returning north (it cuts out the endless roadworks and potholes in Gretna) but I've got so paranoid about the crossing that nowadays I just go into Gretna anyway. If you are turning right to head eastbound or simply going straight over to Kirkpatrick Fleming, the A75 is so busy it's almost inevitable that one is stuck in the central gap. If heading north, you can't see most cars indicators if they're turning off the A75 eastbound before you cross the westbound carriageway because you're lower than the dual carriageway. A lot of people eastbound on the A75 turn off here for Gretna, access to the A7 and Longtown and a lot seem to cut across the space where a car stuck in the central gap to go straight on rather than go around them. Traffic coming down from Kirkpatrick Fleming usually want to turn right onto the westbound carriageway and can equally get stuck and, as they're sharing with right turning traffic, it can get messy.
Would you avoid this junction? Locals have been asking for changes to be made but BEAR don't seem to bother.