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Bridges are an essential component to Clackmannanshire’s highway network and as such the Council has a statutory duty to maintain them in a safe condition for public usage. To this effect Clackmannanshire Council have put in place a structured Bridge Inspection and Maintenance programme.
The main aim of the Bridge Maintenance Programme is to :
Many bridges are key transport links and unless these structures are maintained in a safe condition there is a chance that there will be breaks in these links which would have an adverse effect on Clackmannanshire’s transportation infrastructure.
Bridge Maintenance is defined as including ‘all operations designed to maintain a bridge in a serviceable condition’. This includes the following aspects: -
There are currently 183 bridges and culverts identified within Clackmannanshire at the moment which are included within the Bridges Inventory.
These include Clackmannanshire Council owned and maintained bridges, footbridges & culverts, Network Rail owned bridges, British Railways Board owned bridges, and Private owned bridges.
The full inventory can be downloaded by following the link in the Publications and Documents section below.
Roads, Traffic & Transportation
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000