Open to general traffic, subject to normal motorway restrictionsRoad User Guide
Due to essential works the East footpath is currently closed. The West footpath/cycleway is open for cyclists and pedestrians.Access Restrictions
For a 'one-stop-shop' to plan your journey using all available public transport options, please visit the Traveline Scotland website.
The Forth Bridge forms part of Scotland's railway network, carrying services operated by Scotrail between Fife and Edinburgh.
Access to the rail network is provided by a number of local stations including Dalmeny, North Queensferry, Inverkeithing and Rosyth.
For railway service information, please visit the Scotrail website.
Bus services to and across the Forth Bridges are provided by a number of bus-operating companies including Stagecoach, Scottish Citylink, First Scotland and Lothian Buses.
Park & Ride facilities are available at Halbeath and Ferrytoll.
Details are available at www.halbeath.org and www.ferrytoll.org
As a Public Transport Corridor, the Forth Road Bridge combines with adjacent bus priority measures to provide increased reliability of bus journey times across the Forth.
Full details of how the public transport corridor operates and which vehicles are allowed to use it can be found in the Road User Guide.