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 07 October 2014 Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland will improve the M74, supporting the economic growth and development of Lanarkshire and central Scotland. One of Scotland’s busiest motorways, the M74 is the main route north into Glasgow, Lanarkshire and the surrounding area for freight drivers, commuters and tourists alike. The southbound stretch of […]

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07 October 2014 A77 South Maybole The road surface on the A77 through Maybole is to be repaired and improved as part of Transport Scotland’s on-going maintenance programme. The repairs will be carried out by Scotland Transerv and will see approximately one kilometre of the carriageway upgraded, delivering long-term benefits to drivers along the A77 […]

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02 October 2014 Users of the A77 Smyrton are set to benefit from essential road improvements which are set to get underway from Monday 6 October. The project will see the replacement of 600 road studs and the replacement of double white lines on the A77 at Smyrton. Due to the nature of the works […]

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22 September 2014 People using Scotland’s busiest road can look forward to improved driving conditions as a result of resurfacing work being carried out at the beginning of next month. Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland is carrying out essential repairs at Craigmuir, Junction 29 – 30 from the evening of Thursday 2nd to […]

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11 September 2014 Drivers across Inverclyde have welcomed Scotland TranServ’s programme of road improvements this summer and on behalf of Transport Scotland this important resurfacing programme will continue this autumn. South West Scotland trunk roads management and maintenance provider has carried out an investment programme stretching from Port Glasgow to Greenock and beyond, supporting these […]

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10 September 2014 Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland is continuing to invest in the long term improvement of Annandale and Eskdale’s trunk road infrastructure. Having already made significant investment across Dumfries and Galloway, the South West’s trunk road management and maintenance provider will round off the summer with further road surface improvements to […]

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08 September 2014 Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will continue the rapid pace of improvement on the A78 through Ayrshire with a weekend resurfacing programme at Carlung Farm, near West Kilbride. With the surface of this section of major trunk road coming to the end of its operational life, it will be necessary […]

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28 August 2014 Scotland TranServ will return to the A75 at Dumfries next weekend (Friday 5th September to Monday 8th September 2014) to complete important improvement work on the A75 between Dancingknowe and the A709 roundabout. The work on behalf of Transport Scotland will improve the road surface of this busy trunk road. The first […]

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Scotland TranServ and it’s specialist personal protective equipment partner Fhoss Technology hope to light up the prestigious road industry awards in London this October. The partnership has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Use of New Technology’ category at the Highways Magazine Excellence Awards to be held at London’s Lancaster Hotel. Andrew Kimitri, CEO of Weston-Super-Mare […]

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