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Edinburgh to Fraserburgh

At nearly 150 miles long, the A90 is a substantial part of the Scottish road network, connecting Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee, Forfar, Stonehaven, Aberdeen & Fraserburgh. The route in use today was created in the 1990s following the completion of work to dual the road between Perth and Aberdeen.

A90 - Forfar Bypass

Route Construction Summary


Forth Road Bridge Approaches

Forfar Bypass

Brechin Bypass

Laurencekirk Bypass

Stonehaven Bypass

Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route

Opening Date

4th September 1964

10th July 1987

30th March 1994

25th July 1985

19th November 1984

19th February 2019

This article was first published in January 2024.

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