The Clydeford Road Bridge is a comparatively modern bridge which carries the A763 over the Clyde at Cambuslang. It was built to replace the old Cambuslang Bridge, which had been subject to a weight limit for many years. The bridge is also sometimes referred to as Rosebank Bridge, although it is not clear if this is a confusion with another nearby structure. The bridge is a 2-span girder bridge with the pier set in the river bed. It carries a 2-lane road with wide pavements, and meets roundabout at either end.