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A fleet of 41 spreaders (gritters) are carrying out afternoon treatments across South West Scotland’s trunk road network. Snow ploughs have also been fitted to construction vehicles should additional support be required.   An Amber Warning will come into force this evening for further snow across South West Scotland, while Dumfries and Galloway and South Ayrshire […]

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Overnight, Scotland TranServ deployed 41 spreaders (gritters) with ploughs across our 600 kilometre network. Alongside other operating companies we provided mutual aid to our counterparts operating the more southerly stretch of the M74. Vehicles that were abandoned last night are making it difficult for our gritters to get through this morning. Elsewhere, we continued to […]

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Police Scotland has now issued a Stage 3 – High Risk of Disruption alert for Dumfries & Galloway, South Ayrshire, East Ayrshire, South Lanarkshire, North Lanarkshire, East Renfrewshire and Glasgow. Across our South West Scotland network, Scotland TranServ has deployed 41 spreaders (gritters) with ploughs. Snow ploughs have also been fitted to additional construction plant […]

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The Met Office has issued an AMBER weather warning for the South West of Scotland, in force from 3pm on Tuesday (16th Jan) until 8am on Wednesday (17th Jan). Scotland TranServ has deployed 41 spreaders (gritters) with ploughs across its 600 kilometre network, stretching from Loch Lomond to Stranraer and Gretna. Additional construction plant has […]

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As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road maintenance programme, Scotland TranServ will begin installation of a new pedestrian crossing for the junction of Ailsa Street West and Henrietta Street on the A77 at Girvan. The scheme has been developed in collaboration with the local community who initially raised concerns over safety when crossing this […]

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As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road maintenance programme, Scotland TranServ is supervising essential upgrading work to the cope and parapets on the M8 Kingston Bridge South Approaches Following successful completion of the westbound phase prior to Christmas, Raynesway Construction Ltd will now replace the edge coping, vehicle barriers and expansion joints on the […]

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  Scotland TranServ, working on behalf of Transport Scotland pushed the button on the operational trial of Springholm’s new Reverse Speed Discrimination Signals on 11 December 2017. The trunk road management company will check the effectiveness of the lights in managing vehicle speeds through the village for the foreseeable future. Vincent Tait, Scotland TranServ’s Road […]

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5.00pm Thursday 7th Dec Snow and ice are set to affect South West Scotland through the peak drive time period as you make your way home tonight. Motorists in East Ayrshire and South Lanarkshire in particular are asked to check @trafficscotland on Twitter and the new my.trafficscotland.org website for the latest updates. As we progress […]

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2pm Thursday 7th Dec Drivers are advised to proceed with caution if using the more coastal sections of the A78 between Largs and Skelmorlie, with the potential for the high tide to coincide with Storm Caroline’s strong winds. The Erskine Bridge remains closed to high-sided vehicles as the storm sweeps across west central Scotland. Drivers […]

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12 noon Thursday 7th Dec With Storm Caroline sweeping across SW Scotland, the Erskine Bridge is currently CLOSED to HIGH-SIDED vehicles only. All other SW Scotland trunk roads are running normally, we would however advise drivers to check their route either with @trafficscotland on Twitter or on their new mobile site my.trafficscotland.org. The Met Office […]

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