Edinburgh transport

By road

Edinburgh has a well-developed road freight transport network, with several major motorways and A roads passing through or near the city, including the M8 and A720. This makes it a vital hub for road freight transport, with connections to other major cities and ports. However, congestion and traffic management can be significant challenges for freight operators.

By sea

The Port of Leith is Edinburgh's main port and handles a range of cargo, including container, bulk, and roll-on/roll-off shipments. It is a key gateway to the Scottish market and provides access to international markets. The port also has good road and rail connections to other parts of the country.

By air

Edinburgh Airport is the main air freight hub for Scotland, providing connections to domestic and international markets. The airport has a cargo handling facility and can accommodate a range of cargo aircraft. Air freight is particularly important for the transportation of time-sensitive and high-value goods, such as seafood and pharmaceuticals.

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