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New Firth of Forth crossing opened in Kincardine

The Clackmannanshire Bridge, a £120million new crossing for the Firth of Forth was officially opened by Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond last week.

The scheme, which includes one of the world’s longest bridges ever to be constructed using incremental launch technology, was built in joint venture for Transport Scotland by Morgan Est and VINCI Construction Grands Projets.

The new bridge and associated roads will ease congestion in the Kincardine area.

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