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Scotland TranServ’s Dumfries team has been busy raising much needed funding for local D&G charities. Following their Dress Down Friday support for the Upper Nithsdale Riding for the Disabled charity last year, the team has followed that up with funds for Clark’s Little Ark. The Sanquhar-based community farm provides relaxation and therapy, helping both children […]

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Scotland TranServ has successfully completed works on the A76 adjacent to New Cumnock railway station. The slope stabilisation, wall replacement and resurfacing works were completed on schedule. Stuart Burns, Scotland TranServ’s Design Manager said: “We replaced the collapsed wall with a new safety barrier and extended the road with the addition of a verge. It […]

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Scotland TranServ’s Communications team has been nominated alongside counterparts at Transport Scotland, Traffic Scotland, BEAR Scotland and Amey for the prestigious CIPR Excellence Awards. Together the combined communications efforts of Transport Scotland and its Operating Companies made the finals for their efforts in keeping drivers fully informed throughout last year’s ‘Beast from the East’ extreme […]

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Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will be carrying out essential lighting repairs on the A75 Gretna Bypass. In order to keep disruption to an absolute minimum, and to protect the health and safety of our workers and the travelling public, we will carry out these lighting repairs under combined traffic management, alongside resurfacing […]

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Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will be carrying out essential electrical repairs on the M8 Eastbound at Charing Cross tunnel. In order to keep disruption to an absolute minimum, and to protect the health and safety of our workers and the travelling public, it will be necessary to implement total overnight closures of […]

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As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road management programme, Scotland TranServ will this spring complete a £3.5million investment programme into resurfacing the A75. A 10 month long series of works to resurface the Dumfries and Galloway road began at the end of August last year and will be completed in June. In addition to […]

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  Scotland TranServ has received a total of FIFTEEN nominations for the prestigious Scottish Transport Awards. The South West Scotland trunk road management company is a finalist in SIX categories, with a diverse spread of nominations across our teams in Structures, Strategic Road Safety, Lighting, Winter Operations, Environment & Sustainability, Health & Safety and Communications. […]

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On behalf of Transport Scotland, Scotland TranServ will this week resurface outstanding stretches of the A77 Maybole North Gateway. Works were postponed in February due to adverse weather conditions. To keep disruption to a minimum while these remaining elements are completed, we will implement an overnight convoy system. David Montgomery, Scotland TranServ’s Assistant Engineer said: […]

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Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will shortly begin a 10 week programme of high mast lighting replacement works on the A723 between Motherwell and Hamilton. In order to complete the works as quickly and safely as possible, it will be necessary to implement some hard shoulder and carriageway closures during this time. A […]

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