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Overnight surfacing at M90 Southbound Junction 3, Halbeath off slip from 5th February

25th of February 2024, 7:30pm to 2nd of March 2024, 6:30am

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Amey is carrying out overnight resurfacing work to the M90 southbound junction 3 off slip at Halbeath in Fife from Sunday 25th February to Saturday 2nd March.

To ensure the safety of roadworkers and motorists the essential maintenance will be carried out between 7.30pm and 6.30am each night using overnight closures of the off slip.


M90 Junction 3 Off Slip

The work will also include a lane closure on the M90 southbound leading up to the junction 3 off slip.

Work is scheduled to be completed by 6.30am on Saturday 2nd March.

Southbound traffic looking to exit the M90 at junction 3 can continue on the M90 and take the junction 2 exit for the A823/Dunfermline/Rosyth. Traffic can then turn at Pitreavie Roundabout before returning to the M90 and travelling northbound to exit at junction 3.

The resurfacing, which Amey is carrying out on behalf of Transport Scotland, will create a smoother ride for motorists and reduce the need for ongoing maintenance.

Please note, all schemes are weather dependent and may be cancelled or rescheduled if weather conditions are not favourable.

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