There are three main elements to the Forth Replacement Crossing project.
What: Installation of Intelligent Transport System gantries on M90 between the Admiralty and Halbeath Junctions in Fife and provision for southbound hard shoulder running for buses
Who:John Graham (Dromore) Ltd
When: Construction began in autumn 2011 and was completed in December 2012.
What: Construction of new cable-stayed Queensferry Crossing across the Forth and connecting roads
Who: Forth Crossing Bridge Constructors consortium, comprising Hochtief, Dragados, American Bridge International and Morrisons
When: Construction began in autumn 2011 and is scheduled for completion in May 2017
What: Upgrade and improvements to M9 Junction 1a at Kirkliston including new west facing slip roads to the M9
Who: Sisk Roadbridge Civil Engineering Ltd
When: Construction began in autumn 2011 and was completed ahead of schedule in February 2013.
Employers Delivery Team
What: The Employers Delivery Team (EDT) operates on site across all three contracts to monitor progress, quality and adherence to the Forth Crossing Act.
Who: Transport Scotland and its consultants, Jacobs Arup
When: The EDT is already co-located on site and will remain in place until the successful completion of the project