Cross Tay Link Road (CTLR)

CTLR is Phase 2 of the Perth Transport Futures Project initiative promoted by Perth and Kinross Council. The CTLR will help to alleviate traffic congestion in Perth City Centre and surrounding areas, creating capacity in the city’s road network that will enable a shift to greener modes of travel and will also facilitate sustainable economic development of Perth and the surrounding area.

The project consists of a 310m new multi span balanced cantilever bridge over the River Tay, a new grade-separated junction on the A9 trunk road, realignment of a 2km section of the A9, approximately 6km of new local authority roads linking the A9 with the A93 and A94, and new pedestrian and cycle links and a ‘green’ wildlife bridge.

The detailed design development and construction methodology adopted for CTLR has helped our client BAM Nuttall reduce carbon by more than 35,000 tonnes exceeding their contract target.

The project is delivered under a two-stage Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) with Stage 1 covering outline and detailed design services, with Stage 2 covering Construction design support services.


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