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Drivers and road workers will benefit from increased safety measures as temporary average speed cameras go live on the A90 northbound at the Forth Road Bridge.
Operating company Amey today announced plans to undertake essential repairs to the Duloch overbridge on the M90 at Junction 2. The bridge, which carries the B916 Aberdour Road over the M90, is to be improved with new expansion joints and surfacing repairs at a cost of £20,000.
Road surface investigation work on the M90 Junction 3 southbound on-slip will take place from midnight on Wednesday 2 September until 06:00 on Thursday 3rd September.
Why have safety cameras been installed on the A90?
Motorists are advised to expect delays at the Forth Road Bridge on the mornings of Saturday 1 August and Sunday 2 August while essential repairs are carried out to damaged concrete on the bridge.
Motorists can look forward to a smoother approach to the Forth Road Bridge, with operating company Amey about to embark on a busy programme of road repairs.
Motorists are warned to expect delays at the Forth Road Bridge on the mornings of Saturday 27 June and Sunday 28 June while preparatory work for an inspection of the main cable continues.
Motorists are warned to expect delays at the Forth Road Bridge on the mornings of Saturday 13 June and Sunday 14 June while preparatory work for an inspection of the main cable continues.
Traffic on the Forth Road Bridge was restricted to a single lane northbound for 29 minutes today to allow an emergency repair and inspection of the carriageway. The lane closure was implemented at 11:43 and both lanes reopened to traffic at 12:12.
ROAD IMPROVEMENT WORK BEGINS ON M9 JUNCTION 1 (SOUTHBOUND) OFFSLIP FROM 8 JUNE 2015
"Transport Minister" "Derek Mackay" "Forth Road Bridge" "Forth Bridges Unit" "Forth Estuary Transport Authority" "Amey" "Queensferry Crossing"
To mark the start of Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2015 (18 – 22 May) Keith Brown MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities met with Amey apprentices to find out how young people are benefitting from Modern Apprenticeships in Scotland.
A special inspection of the Forth Road Bridge main cable has been commissioned after an increase in wire breaks was detected by bridge authority FETA.
A new campaign has been launched encouraging the public to take their pictures with the spectacular Queensferry Crossing works in the background.
The tender to manage and maintain two the Forth Road Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing is to be awarded to Amey LG Ltd, Transport Scotland announced today.