News

Temporary bridge to span A96

Published: 25-11-2015

AWPR/B-T bridge will keep disruption to a minimumA new temporary bridge will be installed across the A96 this weekend between Dyce Drive roundabout and Kirkhill Forest to help keep traffic moving during Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie-Tipperty (AWPR/B-T) construction works.

Switchover of Contraflow on M74 at Junction 5 Raith

Published: 19-11-2015

Major works progress to next stageThe contraflow currently in operation on the M74 northbound carriageway, between the off and on slip roads at Junction 5, Raith, is scheduled to switch to the southbound carriageway this weekend (21/22 November 2015) and will remain in place for approximately nine months.

Diversion for Overnight Weekend Works on A90 at Charleston

Published: 05-11-2015

Traffic management will be in place on the A90 at Charleston overnight on Friday 6 November and overnight on Saturday 7 November so that Scottish and Southern Energy can remove and replace overhead power cables to accommodate the AWPR/B-T project.

A90 Bridge Demolition Works Completed Early

Published: 04-11-2015

Successful operation means a further closure of the A90 is not required

Time-lapse as First Bridge Beams Installed On Aberdeen Bypass Project

Published: 04-11-2015

Another milestone has been reached on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route / Balmedie -Tipperty project with the first bridge beams being lowered into place at the site of the new Tipperty Junction.

Major Milestone as Bridge Beams Lifted on A96 Inveramsay Bridge

Published: 29-10-2015

North East Project on target for completion

Bridge to the Future - Thousands of school kids visit and learn about Queensferry Crossing

Published: 28-10-2015

Infrastructure Secretary Keith Brown welcomes the 10,000th pupil to the Queensferry Crossing.

Statement issued on behalf of the A9 Safety Group following latest safety camera data published today

Published: 27-10-2015

Two hundred people killed in road accidents in 2014

Published: 21-10-2015

A National Statistics Publication for Scotland.Final statistics for 2014 have confirmed the provisional data which showed that two hundred people were killed in reported road accidents in Scotland in 2014, 16 per cent more than in 2013.

‘Avoid Forth Road Bridge’ Motorists Warned

Published: 20-10-2015

First of Three Weekend Closures For Demolition Work Due This Weekend Extra coaches on Sunday trains across Forth Bridge at key times

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