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03 June 2014 It has been a successful, yet challenging first year of the 4th Generation (4G) Contract for Scotland TranServ, as detailed in our Annual Report 2013/14 published today. Following the transfer of a large number of employees under Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) regulations (TUPE) in April 2013, we have successfully merged […]

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02 June 2014 The final phases of improvements on the Erskine Bridge will be carried out during off peak times in order to reduce disruption to local drivers. All the safety barrier replacement works on the bridge have been successfully completed, with both north and southbound traffic back running normally at peak times. On behalf […]

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29 May 2014   Road users will benefit from £82k of improvement works on the A77 Old Street, Girvan beginning 1 June 2014. Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland will carry out resurfacing works to improve the quality of the road surface for the years ahead. Lane and parking restrictions will be in place […]

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28 May 2014 Scotland TranServ, working on behalf of Transport Scotland is breaking new frontiers with the Vehicle Safety Barrier Replacement project on the Erskine Bridge. Alongside contractor Highway Barrier Solutions (HBS), the Scotland TranServ project team worked to identify best practice and the safest possible solution for the 40,000 motorists crossing the bridge every […]

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28 May 2014 Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland would like to thank the communities of Largs and Maybole for providing their valuable opinions and insight at the recent consultation events. Both events received a healthy turnout, ensuring that local views were recorded and incorporated into decision making process around the 20mph speed limit […]

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26 May 2014 Scotland TranServ is reminding Lanarkshire drivers that extensive resurfacing works will be carried out on the M74 motorway on behalf of Transport Scotland this weekend. The works will take place between Junction 6 and Junction 7 southbound at Ross House, from Motherwell to Larkhall. A contraflow system will be put in place […]

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22 May 2014 Transport Minister Keith Brown is welcoming the completion of the bulk of the £6 million Erskine Bridge Vehicle Safety Barrier Replacement project, ahead of schedule. Restrictions on the southbound carriageway were lifted ahead of peak morning commuter traffic, just a couple of months after the similar restictions on the northbound carriageway were […]

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22 May 2014 Traffic is this morning flowing on both sides of the Erskine bridge following the completion of the bulk of the £6 million Vehicle Safety Barrier Replacement project. Over the last ten months teams have undertaken carriageway repairs, and installed tower protection and new vehicle barriers in the verges and central reservation, with […]

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22 May 2014 On behalf of Transport Scotland, Scotland TranServ is investing more than a quarter of a million pounds to improve Inverclyde’s roads. Work on seven projects will improve the quality of the region’s roads for years to come, delivering tangible benefits for local commuters, visitors and working drivers. Brendan O’Sullivan, Scotland TranServ’s Area […]

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