Motorists are being warned to expect lengthy delays after a breakdown on the Queensferry Bridge.
Traffic Scotland says there are five miles of queued traffic heading northbound – in the direction of Dundee – after an earlier incident.
*Traffic UPDATE* 16:17 ⌚️#M90 congested N/B due to an earlier RTC on the bridge, 5 miles of queued traffic with a travel time of about 45 mins. #BeAware@SETrunkRoads @TheForthBridges https://t.co/e81wG8kSya
— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) September 7, 2018
Traffic Scotland tweeted: “M90 congested northbound due to an earlier RTC on the bridge, five miles of queued traffic with a travel time of about 45 mins.”
Stagecoach East Scotland also reported delays.
Service 747 will likely be subject to delays during peak time as we contend with heavy traffic tailing from The Queensferry Crossing to Newbridge. Please allow extra time for travel to/from EDI Airport if possible. Thanks.
— Stagecoach East Scot (@StagecoachEScot) September 7, 2018
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