Traffic Statistics 2009
Last updated on 11 Feb 2013
Traffic figures are reported using data from the bridge’s Weigh in Motion (WiM) station.The WiM station was originally installed to monitor loading on the bridge. Plates in the carriageway capture and record the number and weight of vehicles as they drive over a sensor. Overall counting accuracy is comparable with other traffic counting loops on the road network. However, some very light vehicles may not be detected, and figures can be skewed during roadworks, as traffic in some contraflow layouts does not drive over the WiM station in one direction.
2009 Traffic - Forth Road Bridge
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* NOTE: Due to a fault on the WIM plate there was no data recorded for 4-5, 13-16 or 21-22 February.
† NOTE: Due to a fault on the WIM plate there was no data recorded for 6th - 9th March.
** NOTE: WIM Data was unavailable between 14/08/09 & 28/08/09
*** NOTE: WIM data was unavailable between 04/09/09 & 10/09/09 and 20/09/09 & 30/09/09
*† NOTE: WIM Data unavailable between 01/10/09 & 16/10/09 and 24/10/09 and 31/10/09
**** NOTE: WIM data was unavailable during November
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