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12 May 2014Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will begin a £1.5million programme to improve the trunk roads infrastructure across Dumfries and Galloway for decades to come.The improvement programme will deliver long-term benefits to drivers along the A75 from Annan to Dumfries through to Castle Douglas and on the A76 from Dumfries to Kilmarnock, […]

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12 May 2014 Residents and businesses in Largs will have the opportunity to learn more about a proposed 20mph speed limit trial for the A78 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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09 May 2014A road resurfacing vehicle nicknamed the ‘Flaming Dragon’ will be used on overnight resurfacing of the Whitecart Viaduct next week.Scotland TranServ, working on behalf of Transport Scotland will use this technology to resurface the viaduct. This is an important gateway for travellers to and from Glasgow. Philippa Ayton, Scotland TranServ’s Bridges Manager said:“This […]

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09 May 2014 Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will continue its strong progress to improve the road infrastructure through Inverclyde with overnight work to resurface the A8 Pottery Street in the heart of Greenock. The project is part of a significant programme of works to improve the road surfacing through the town for […]

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09 May 2014 The Erskine Bridge Vehicle Safety Barrier Replacement team introduced a UK first in temporary traffic management on major trunk roads projects with the use of Bluetooth technology to monitor journey times and keep drivers updated on potential delays.   Working on behalf of Transport Scotland, with Leeds-based Sky High Technology, contractor Highway […]

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09 May 2014 Scotland TranServ, working on behalf of Transport Scotland will carry out a programme of overnight works on the Overmills Bridge on the A77. With the road surface coming towards the end of its operational life, the Scotland TranServ team will improve the quality of the surface and waterproof the bridge deck. This […]

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01 May 2014 Scotland TranServ has restored the A725 at Whistleberry Toll to normal service following emergency repairs this afternoon. It was necessary to close the southbound carriageway of the A725 East Kilbride Expressway from 12 noon to around 3pm this afternoon in order to avoid disruption to peak evening traffic. The emergency repairs were […]

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01 May 2014 In order to reduce disruption to peak evening traffic, Scotland TranServ will require a total southbound closure of the A725 East Kilbride Expressway from 12 noon to around 3pm. The emergency repairs are necessary following an accident late last night, which caused damage to a bridge parapet. The carriageway has been reduced […]

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01 April Working on behalf of Transport Scotland, Scotland TranServ’s TRISS teams have helped more than 8000 drivers, since the contract began in April last year, attending over 98% of incidents within 20 minutes. Network Control Centre Manager, Tommy Docherty said: “The tireless efforts of the TRISS and ISU teams often goes unappreciated by many […]

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