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Our training guru, Ian Stewart will be a keynote speaker at this year’s Cold Comfort Scotland. Ian’s presentation is on Training and Developing Staff to Deliver the Best Service and includes elements on preparation for heavy snow events and other extreme weather, and continuous development. Delegates are flying in from as far afield as Alaska […]

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It’s spring and with it comes the cyclic season. Our winter fleet is preparing for a well-earned rest, and that means our grass cutters are rolling out ready to keep more than 25,000,000m2 of grass verge neat and tidy. That’s the equivalent of cutting the pitch at Hampden Park over 3,500 times. Year-on-year Scotland TranServ collects […]

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  As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road management plan, Scotland TranServ will deliver the final resurfacing scheme of six for the A77 with a new surface planned for Auchenblane. Due to the prolonged and inclement winter period, the condition of the A77 deteriorated. Transport Scotland redirected budgets towards carrying out these essential road […]

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As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road management programme, Scotland TranServ will replace 1.2 kilometres of motorway barrier on the M8 eastbound between Junctions 22 and 21 at Kinning Park. Scotland TranServ, has successfully replaced around 25 kilometres of central reservation barrier along the M8 over the last three years as part of a […]

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Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will resurface a total of 2 kilometres of carriageway at 2 locations on the A701 from Friday 20th to Friday 27th April. These locations are Tathhill and Courancehill. Works to resurface 1.2 kilometres at Tathhill will be carried out under a weekend closure of the A701 from 20th […]

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Scotland TranServ employees have managed to keep the coffers rolling in for our Dress Down Friday fund and supported Upper Nithsdale Riding for the Disabled to the tune of £477. The Sanquhar-based charity was established only last year to meet the need for RDA activities and services in the Nithsdale area of Dumfries and Galloway. Their […]

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Scotland TranServ has been nominated for a prestigious Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation award. Our multi-award-winning Strategic Road Safety team are finalists in the John Smart Road Safety category for their A75 Route Action Plan: Speed reduction vehicle activated signs schemed. This award is in recognition of John Smart, CIHT’s former Director of Technical […]

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To complete the project as quickly and safely as possible, the £520k resurfacing scheme will require a weekend road closure and subsequent overnight closures. Alan Murray, Scotland TranServ’s Principal Design Engineer said: “We’ve been working in liaison with Police Scotland, the local authority and key stakeholders to carefully schedule this programme of work. This extensive […]

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  Scotland TranServ has been working with innovative technology company, Fhoss to improve the health and safety of our frontline workers. Following a couple of shunt accidents involving our Trunk Road Incident Support Service (TRISS) team, Health & Safety Manager, Brian Hume identified a product from the wearable technology safety wear company, that delivered a high […]

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  As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road management programme, Scotland TranServ will deliver THREE resurfacing projects for the A78 this April. The £1million programme of works will get underway with the resurfacing of the A78 north of Largs on Friday 6th April. Alan Murray, Scotland TranServ’s Principal Road Design Engineer added: “We’ve spoken […]

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