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05 August 2014 Seamill has long been the favoured destination of Scotland’s leading football clubs as they prepare for the new season and get back into peak condition. So, Scotland TranServ will also kick-off the new investment season, on behalf of Transport Scotland on this particular stretch, getting the A78 back into peak condition with […]

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14 July 2014 Support for stranded motorists in Glasgow and the wider Central Belt has been significantly increased to cope with increased demand on the road network during the Commonwealth Games. Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland is strengthening the Trunk Road Incident Support Service (TRISS) provision of patrols and support for drivers who […]

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08 July 2014 Scotland TranServ’s Trunk Road Incident Support Service helped Glasgow commuters avoid soapy bubble this afternoon when they quickly picked up a bath that had been reported on the M74. The tub is thought to have fallen from a vehicle around Junction 2 of the motorway, and could have led to problems for […]

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07 July 2014 Barr Surfacing and Civil Engineering, and Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland would like to thank the community of Ringford for their patience during important resurfacing work on the A75 recently. It was necessary to implement a temporary traffic lights supported by a convoy system during the week. The £1.2million project, […]

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02 July 2014 No it’s not a high altitude Knobbly Knees competition! Scotland TranServ’s Three Peaks Challenge team has finally counted all the pennies raised on behalf of the MS Society and firefighter charities and it adds up to a staggering £5,327. That figure smashes the team’s original target of £2,000. It’s down to all […]

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01 July 2014 Having taken an earlier rain check for some horrendous early June downpours, Scotland TranServ’s work to improve the surface of the Whirlies Roundabout will get underway this weekend (5/6 July). The surface of one of Scotland’s most iconic roundabouts is reaching the end of its operational life, having been repeatedly hammered by […]

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01 July 2014 It’s not quite a summer breeze but 13 students certainly won’t have the summertime blues as they kick off an internship with trunk roads management and maintenance provider, Scotland TranServ. School might be out for summer but these young engineers will still be learning valuable lessons as they take to the motorways […]

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27 June 2014 Road users are set to benefit from £150k of improvement works on the A77 at Cairnryan beginning 2 July 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. The £150k project gets underway on Wednesday 2 […]

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26 June 2014 Scotland TranServ has launched its Litter Campaign, calling on motorists across South West Scotland to play their part in creating a good first impression for the thousands of visitors expected to arrive this summer. Around the world Scotland is renowned for its stunning scenery and majestic beauty, however closer to home litter […]

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