This page lists roadworks planned for the Forth Bridges and their approach roads.
Forth Road Bridge closed to all traffic
The Forth Road Bridge is now closed to all traffic except cyclists and pedestrians.
Cyclists and pedestrians should only use the bridge footpaths/cycleways as signposted. Do not attempt to walk or cycle on the carriageway - maintenance is in progress and the joints and parapets are unsuitable for bicycles and pedestrians.
The Forth Road Bridge will reopen as public transport corridor and the Queensferry Crossing will become a motorway with 70mph speed limit in late October/early November, after contractors FCBC complete work on the connecting roads north of FRB.
Bridge refurbishment works at M90 Junction 3 Halbeath - commencing 11 September
Overnight traffic management will be in place at M90 Junction 3 Halbeath for approximately six weeks beginning on 11 September, to allow operating company Amey to carry out refurbishment works on the bridges over the M90.
During daytime hours there will be no traffic restrictions and no impact on traffic, however overnight traffic management will be in place between 20:00 and 06:00, when disruption to traffic is expected to be minimal.
Details of the traffic management will vary as the work progresses – each night it will consist of either lane closures on the roundabout or lane closures on the M90 underneath.