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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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22 May 2014 Traffic will run on both sides of the Erskine Bridge this morning as the peak time restrictions put in place to allow the huge refurbishment of the crossing, are lifted ahead of schedule. The bulk of the £6 million project, which is being carried out by Scotland TranServ and Highway Barrier Solutions […]

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21 May 2014 Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland is appealing to drivers across South West Scotland to keep alert for the presence of young deer running onto our trunk roads. At this time of year, accidents involving deer are more frequent, with the adolescent youngsters leaving their mothers in search of their own […]

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  20 May 2014 Paisley’s Flaming Dragon has returned to its lair after a week of major resurfacing work on the M8 Whitecart Viaduct. The road construction vehicle worked lane by lane to replace the worn out surfacing on both eastbound and westbound carriageways of the M8, delivering an improved, safer, driving experience for commuters […]

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19 May 2014 Scotland TranServ is advising weekend drivers in Lanarkshire to use alternative routes if possible with resurfacing work scheduled for the M74 between Junction 6 and Junction 7, Ross House near Motherwell during the weekend of 31 May to 01 June. Works will be carried out around the clock, with contraflow traffic management […]

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14 May 2014 A road resurfacing vehicle nicknamed the ‘Flaming Dragon’ is being used on overnight resurfacing of the Whitecart Viaduct this week. Scotland TranServ, working on behalf of Transport Scotland is using the technology to resurface the viaduct, which is an important gateway for travellers to and from Glasgow. You can watch the monster […]

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14 May 2014 Scotland TranServ’s Inverclyde investment continues this week with resurfacing work on the Newark Roundabout. On behalf of Transport Scotland, the project will update the road which is nearing the end of its operational life. The roundabout has been affected by heavy goods vehicles in recent years, taking more of a toll on […]

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14 May 2014 Residents and businesses in Maybole will have the opportunity to learn more about a proposed 20mph speed limit trial on the A77 through the town, and to provide input into a public consultation on the matter. An information and consultation drop-in session will take place to enable the community to voice their […]

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12 May 2014 Scotland TranServ’s ‘Ace’ contribution has left Kirkmabreck Community Council elated. The south west trunk road authority recently delivered to Creetown, 5 replacement Acer palmatum ‘Sango-kaku’ Golden Jubilee trees to help boost the orchard area of the village’s King George V. playing fields. The original trees were removed by a third party and […]

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