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Visit: the construction of the third main crossing of the river Forth

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Join us for a vist to the construction site and for a presentation on Scotland's biggest infrastructure project for a generation.

Date and Time

14 January 2015 - 13:45-16:00

Location

South Queensferry, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Scotland South West local network.


About this event

The Forth Replacement Crossing (FRC) is Scotland’s biggest infrastructure project in a generation. Transport Scotland and its partners at the Forth Crossing Bridge Constructors consortium are delivering a new bridge - the Queensferry Crossing - as well as the connecting road network.

The project ensures the future of an important aspect of Scotland’s transport system and is absolutely vital to ensure Scotland's economic wellbeing. It is providing up to 1,200 job opportunities and a large number of sub-contract and supply order opportunities for Scottish companies.

The project is currently on track to be delivered in 2016 and will replace the current Forth Road Bridge as the main crossing for cross-Forth traffic. Work on two major aspects of the project - the Fife Intelligent Transport System and M9 Junction 1A - has already been successfully completed.



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