Transport Scotland is committed to making the information and resources that it provides via the web accessible to all users.
You can find a range of information and details of the different accessibility options we provide below.
Choose a topic you would like help with:
- View The Forth Bridges website your way
- Listening to content
- Web standards
- Other sites
- Report problems
- Useful links
We welcome suggestions and feedback to improve accessibility on this website. If you are experiencing any difficulties accessing the information on our pages, please email us at FBFenquiries@bearscotland.co.uk
VIEW THE FORTH BRIDGE WEBSITE YOUR WAY
We want as many people as possible to be able to use our website.
That means you are able to:
- Change the colours, contrast levels and font styles.
- Magnify the page to 200% or more without the text spilling off the screen.
- Navigate most of the website using just a keyboard or with the help of assistive technologies.
Navigation By Headings
Use browser plugins or assistive technology, such as screen readers, to list the headings and subheadings on the page and go straight to the heading you need.
Navigation By Links
Users of assistive technology, such as screen readers, can get a list of all the links on a page and understand their purpose from the link text.
Navigation By Keyboard
Keyboard users can see the current interactive element on focus - such as links and form fields - through a visible change or style like a border or a highlighted outline.
Skip to Content
Use a keyboard to find the skip links and jump directly to the main content on the page.
LISTENING TO CONTENT
Use text-to-speech browser plugins or assistive technology to listen to content you select with the mouse or keyboard.
Screen reader users can both listen to the content and navigate around the site pages and menus.
We are committed to conforming to Level AA where possible. This is an ongoing process and some content may not yet reach the standards in all areas.
If you need information on this website in a different format or find any problems not listed on this page or think we're not meeting accessibility requirements, please contact us:
We'll consider your request and get back to you in five working days.
For more information and help about changing your browser settings, please visit the BBC's My Web My Way pages.
My Computer My Way (MCMW) offer guides to using assistive technologies to use websites with a range of devices.