TWO M90 slip roads will be closed for two nights this week while improvement work takes place. 

The slip roads at Junction 2A Halbeath interchange will be closed tomorrow (Wednesday) night and Thursday night, to allow Transport Scotland’s operating company Bear Scotland to carry out a variety of routine maintenance tasks.

Work that needs to be completed includes gully cleaning, road sweeping, removal of vegetation and carriageway repairs.

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Tommy Deans, Bear Scotland’s south east network manager, said: “We’ll use these slip road closures to carry out as many routine maintenance tasks as possible at once, reducing the longer-term need for further closures.

“It is essential for the safety of road users and the workforce that traffic is diverted while these works take place, however, we do not expect this to cause significant delays.”

Tomorrow night, the M90 Junction 2A northbound off-slip will be closed, with traffic diverted onwards to exit at Junction 3 and onto the A92 via Crossgates Junction, adding approximately 0.4 miles and two minutes to affected journeys.

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On Thursday night, the M90 Junction 2A southbound on-slip from the A92 will be closed, with traffic diverted via Crossgates Junction to join the M90 at Junction 3, adding approximately 0.3 miles and two minutes to affected journeys.

Emergency services and other relevant stakeholders have been consulted and are aware of the work that is taking place. 

Real-time journey information is available from the Traffic Scotland website, or on X at @trafficscotland.