Safety cameras go live at Forth Road Bridge
16 September 2015
Drivers and road workers will benefit from increased safety measures as temporary average speed cameras go live on the A90 northbound at the Forth Road Bridge.
The safety cameras will be switched on this Thursday (17th September) and will remain in operation until the end of the project in December 2016. On approach and throughout the roadworks, signs will advise drivers of the speed restrictions.
Queensferry Crossing staff profiles series: Michael Martin
12 August 2015
Continuing the Queensferry Crossing staff profile series, in our second interview we find out about FCBC Project Director Michael Martin, his lively career and the path that led him to working on Scotland’s biggest infrastructure project in a generation.
Tornado steams in to celebrate Forth Bridge World Heritage inscription
15 July 2015
Coinciding with the announcement of becoming Scotland’s sixth UNESCO World Heritage site, the Forth Bridge received a welcome visit from the Tornado steam locomotive on Sunday 5 July.
The steam loco, and its 12 carriages, provided a great deal of excitement for well-wishers in the area, as well as those on social media from across the world.
Forth Bridge World Heritage Inscription
10 July 2015
On Sunday July 5 2015, the Forth Bridge was successfully inscribed as Scotland’s sixth World Heritage site.
The UK delegation were in attendance at the UNESCO Committee meeting in Bonn, Germany to witness this historical event.
FRC Presentation Series, Friday 31 July 2015
10 July 2015
The FRC Presentation Series continues for 2015 with the next event taking place on Friday 31 July 2015.
These Project Overview Presentations provide an in-depth look at the construction of the Queensferry Crossing with an opportunity to hear from project engineers in detail about various aspects of the construction of the Queensferry Crossing and its connecting roads.