A77 Seamill to New Smyrton Resurfacing – Scotland Transerv

A77 Seamill to New Smyrton Resurfacing

Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will deliver road surface improvements to 500metres of the A77 between Seamill and New Smyrton, south of Ballantrae.

In order to deliver this short programme of resurfacing as quickly and safely as possible, it will be necessary to implement a weekend closure of the trunk road from Friday 13th until Monday 16th of December.

Dayle Gillespie, Scotland TranServ’s project lead on the resurfacing works said:

“To deliver this essential road surface improvement project as safely and efficiently as possible, we will need to close the A77 trunk road in this area. This unfortunately will mean an extensive diversion, which will add a further 50 minutes to forecasted journey time.

“We have been working in consultation with the local authority, emergency services and key stakeholders to carefully plan these works for minimal impact on commuters, freight traffic and tourists using this route. The project has therefore been scheduled out with the peak holiday season, prior to Christmas and avoiding major local events and festivals. It is also important that we deliver this programme ahead of the worst of the wintry weather.

“Scotland TranServ would like to take this opportunity to thank local communities and motorists for their patience while this essential programme of resurfacing is delivered.”

To complete this road surface improvement programme as efficiently and effectively as possible, it will be necessary to close the A77 trunk road in this area during the following times:

  • 8pm on Friday 13th until 6am on Monday 16th of December

Lengthy diversions will be in place throughout this weekend resurfacing programme. Drivers are advised to seek alternative routes or allow in excess of 50 minutes extra for their journey. Live trunk road updates are available by visiting trafficscotland.org, or by following @trafficscotland on Twitter.

Please click on the button below to view diversion map: