Road closures for resurfacing work on M90

The Admiralty Roundabout with junction 1C in the back left. Image: Google Maps.

There's going to be road closures on the M90 later this month for resurfacing work that's due to take place.

They start on the June 28 for 4 nights between the A985 Admiralty Roundabout and M90 junction 1C near Rosyth.

Work will not take place on weekends.

The roundabout and all slip roads onto the M90 in the area will be shut between 8pm and 6am each night with diversions in place.

People will be directed on either:

  • Between M90 northbound and Kings Road Roundabout on A985: A823 and the B980
  • Between M90 northbound and Inverkeithing: A823, Queensferry Road, Carnegie Avenue, Lapwing Drive, Aberdour Road and the B981
  • Between M90 southbound and Kings Road Roundabout on A985: via Junction 1B Ferrytoll, the B981 Milne Road, Millenium Avenue and Castle Road, continuing to and from Inverkeithing via Queensferry Road, Carnegie Avenue, Lapwing Drive, Aberdour Road and the B981.

On July 2 the northbound carriageway of the motorway will be shut at Ferrytoll.

A diversion will send people to Junction 2 at Masterton via the B981 Milne Road, Millenium Avenue, Castle Road, Queensferry Road and the A823.

This diversion will add approximately 2.8 miles and 10 minutes to affected journeys.

Tommy Deans, BEAR Scotland’s south east network manager, said: “These surfacing improvements will address and repair defects in the road surface such as potholes and cracks, creating safer and smoother journeys for motorists.

“It is essential for the safety of the workforce that we close the carriageway during these works, however we’ve scheduled them during overnight hours to minimise any disruption.

“We thank motorists in advance for their patience while our teams carry out these improvements.”

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