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Contact and Education Centre closed Saturday 5 December 2015

04 December 2015

news-title-road-bgDue to exceptional circumstances the Contact and Education Centre will be closed to the public on Saturday 5 December 2015.

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Queensferry “Name the Gritter” Winner is Revealed

01 December 2015

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The local winners of Transport Scotland’s “Name the Gritter” competition have been announced.

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Forth Bridges Forum public meeting, Thursday 10 December

11 November 2015

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The next Forth Bridges Forum public meeting is set for Thursday 10 December at the Forth Replacement Crossing Contact and Education Centre.

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Queensferry Crossing welcomes 10,000th school pupil

28 October 2015

news-title-road-bgInfrastructure Secretary Keith Brown welcomed the 10,000th pupil to the Queensferry Crossing.

The visit of 50 S4 – S6 pupils from Greenfaulds High School triggered the milestone, which has been achieved in only two full academic years - a mark of the project’s ‘outstanding commitment’ to forging an educational legacy.

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Forth Road Bridge Weekend Closures

20 October 2015

news-title-road-bgDemolition works essential for the Forth Replacement Crossing project get under way this weekend, with drivers warned to expect “inevitable” disruption.

The work to demolish the old B800 bridge over the A90 south of Echline Junction will take place over weekends October 24/25, October 31/November 1, and November 14/15, 2015.

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FRC Presentation Series, Friday 30 October 2015

12 October 2015

news-title-road-bgThe project presentation series is back at the end of this month for the final time this year, this will provide an in depth look at the construction of the Queensferry Crossing and its connecting roads.

The event provides an opportunity to hear from project engineers in detail about various aspects of the construction. The talks take place at 1000 and 1300 giving details on what has been happening recently and what’s coming next.

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