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10 December 2013 Talented pupils from Additional Supported Needs (ASN) primary schools across Glasgow were today (10 December) presented with prizes for winning an exciting art competition to name six, brand new super gritters. Scotland TranServ, the roads maintenance operator for south west Scotland invited the deserving winners to visit the Polmadie depot to see […]

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13 November 2013 Local Councillors met with Scotland TranServ and DGFirst this week (13 November) in a visit which showcased the partnership’s readiness for delivery of its winter services across local communities within Dumfries and Galloway. This unique working partnership between DGFirst and Scotland TranServ means that services including winter maintenance will continue to be […]

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22 August 2013 The main phase of a multi-million pound investment by Transport Scotland to replace the vehicle safety barriers on the Erskine Bridge is due to commence on Saturday 14 September and last for approximately 10 months. The project which is being carried out by Highway Barrier Solutions (HBS), on behalf of Scotland TranServ, […]

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1 August 2013  South west Scotland’s emergency services and trunk roads maintenance teams came together today to host a live demonstration of partnership working at Kilwinning Community Fire Station, North Ayrshire. Scottish Fire and Rescue, Police Scotland, Scottish Ambulance Service and Scotland TranServ, who manage and maintain south west Scotland’s trunk road routes on behalf […]

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18 July 2013 Road users are set to benefit from £140k of improvement works at M74 Happendon Junction 11 northbound beginning 26 July 2013. Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland will carry out resurfacing works to improve the quality of the running surface for years to come. The works will be delivered over one […]

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1st May 2013 – Traffic Light Trial on Erskine Bridge will reduce delays during works – A forthcoming £6 million project to replace barriers on the Erskine Bridge will see a new approach to traffic management that could radically reduce delays during roadworks. Works of this nature would normally see the bridge reduced to one […]

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