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From : 12th June 2017

To : 2nd July 2017

Posted : 12th June 2017



Works start Monday 12th June for 3 weeks


The A90 from Perth to St Madoes will soon see the start of on-going road safety improvement works at the westbound exit-slip road from St. Madoes. 

This is the first phase of a scheme, which involves footway improvements and the installation of pedestrian / cyclist signing, starting on Monday 12th June and will be undertaken over a three week period. 

To ensure the safety of road workers and road users, the westbound exit-slip to St Madoes will be closed and traffic diverted via the nearby Kinfauns Interchange, allowing for a single lane closure on the slip road. Westbound traffic from St. Madoes will still be able to access the A90 as normal. 

Commenting on the works, Andy Thompson, BEAR Scotland’s North East Unit Representative, said: “This phase of works forms an integral part in the overall plan to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety between St Madoes and Perth.

“We have planned the works to minimise disruption to local residents and do not anticipate significant levels of noise or disruption to local residents and the travelling public, but we would ask for their patience during this time and urge people to leave extra time for travel. Road users can visit the Traffic Scotland website for the latest travel information.”  

These works are being undertaken by BEAR Scotland on behalf of Transport Scotland.

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