Drivers warned of roadworks on Clackmannanshire Bridge for a month

Roadworks are set to start on the route

The bridge will be closed to traffic each night for the essential maintenance to be completed
The bridge will be closed to traffic each night for the essential maintenance to be completed

Motorists are advised the Clackmannanshire Bridge will be closed to traffic each night for a month from this weekend.

To allow essential maintenance to take place the road will be closed between 8pm and 6am each night from Sunday, June 14 to Friday, July 17.

Transport Scotland and Amey say the work is required to maintain the integrity and safety of the route, and it is one of a number of maintenance projects that have been identified as essential to be prioritised over the coming months.

The work will replace the existing expansion joints on the bridge and includes associated concrete repairs, waterproofing and resurfacing.

To allow the team to work safely, full overnight closures are required and a signed diversion via the neighbouring Kincardine Bridge will be in place.

The scheme’s value is £810,000 and the work once complete will benefit around 19,715 vehicles using the route each day.

All schemes are weather dependent and may be cancelled or rescheduled if conditions are not favourable.

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