Scotland Transerv
Km of Motorway and Trunk Road Network

Scotland TranServ is the operating company responsible for the management and maintenance of the trunk road network in south west Scotland.Contact Scotland TranServ page for more details.

Recent Posts

Scotland TranServ will begin works to install a dual activated junction warning sign on the A737 at Dalgarven Mill from Monday 16th July. The Vehicle Activated Signage, developed in conjunction with industry leaders Clearview Intelligence and Coeval, are designed to reduce a prevalence of turning conflict accidents and improve the access from the junction. The […]

As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic road safety programme, Scotland TranServ will install traffic signals with pedestrian crossing facilities on the A78 at Yerton Brae and Fullerton Drive in West Kilbride. In order to carry out this short programme of work it will be necessary to implement a combination of three-way traffic lights and a […]

  Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will carry out the OVERNIGHT resurfacing of the M74 Northbound at Junction 8 over three consecutive evenings from Friday 20th July 2018. Works will be completed and traffic management lifted by 6am on the morning of Monday 23rd July. The short programme of works will allow for […]


Case Studies


Fuel Safe

Scotland TranServ has become the first trunk roads maintenance provider in Scotland to fully embrace a pioneering solution designed to combat small, to medium sized spillages on road surfaces across the south west network; resulting in reduced congestion and safer and quicker journeys for motorists…Read More »


The purpose of Fhoss Powered Light Safety Wear is to save lives and reduce incidents in the workplace. Scotland TranServ has been working exclusively with Fhoss to develop the next generation of personal protective equipment for highway workers in South West Scotland. Because the Fhoss technology is self-illuminating…Read More »


The Trunk Road Incident Support Service (TRISS) was formed after consultation with ACPOS (Association of Chief Police Officers of Scotland) and the Scottish Executive, now Transport Scotland. The main objective was to relieve Police attending at incidents on the Motorways and Trunk Roads to allow them to return to their core duties…Read More »