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Cross-Forth trips up after bridge opening

Travel demand

07 February 2020
 

Road traffic and bus passenger flows over the Firth of Forth estuary have both increased since the Queensferry Crossing opened in August 2017.  

The Queensferry Crossing carries the M90 across the Forth and was built after structural problems were discovered with the Forth Road Bridge. The new crossing was not designed to add road capacity for general traffic. The Forth Road Bridge is now reserved for buses, coaches, taxis, private hire vehicles, emergency vehicles, motorcycles, cyclists...

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