M90/A90 Trunk Road (Admiralty Interchange to Scotstoun) (Variable Speed Limits and Actively Managed Hard Shoulder) Regulations 2016

Closed 23 Jun 2016

Opened 31 Mar 2016

Results Updated 8 Feb 2017

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Overview

The regulations will allow implementation of Mandatory variable speed limits on the M90 between Admiralty Junction and the new Queensferry Junction to the south of the Queensferry Crossing; and Mandatory variable speed limits on the A90 between the new Queensferry Junction to the south of the Queensferry Crossing and Dalmeny; and Mandatory variable speed limits on the northbound M90 from Masterton Junction to the end of the ITS system already put in place; and An actively managed hard shoulder on the M90 between Ferrytoll Junction and the new Queensferry Junction, including across the Queensferry Crossing, to be used by certain buses if the Forth Road Bridge is closed to such vehicles during the periods of high winds.

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Why We Are Consulting

Traffic regulations are being prepared which are required to be laid before the Scottish Parliament after the 2016 summer recess in order to come into force for the opening of the Queensferry Crossing. A mandatory requirement of the regulations is that the provisions to be included in the regulations are subject to consultation.


 

Audiences

  • People of Scotland

Interests

  • Business, Industry and Innovation
  • Economy
  • Transport