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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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31 MarchScotland TranServ’s white knights of the roadmay be dressed head to foot in fluorescentyellow but they’re still potential life savers.Working on behalf of Transport Scotland, the Trunk Road Incident Support Service (TRISS) and wider Incident Support Unit (ISU) teams patrol the network across south west Scotland looking for stranded motorists to help. They are […]

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31 March Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will continue resurfacing work on what will be a busy Commonwealth Games corridor this summer. Work to improve the motorway between Govan and the Clyde Tunnel exit will take place overnight from tonight, Monday 31st March until Tuesday 8th April, with no work being carried out […]

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27 March Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland is carrying out resurfacing work on what will be a busy Commonwealth Games corridor. Work to improve the motorway between Govan and the Clyde Tunnel exit will take place overnight from Thursday 27th March until Tuesday 8th April, with no work being carried out over both […]

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Road users are set to benefit from a £300k investment in the Trunk Road infrastructure which will be carried out on the northbound A78 Greenock to Prestwick Trunk Road between Sharphill Roundabout and Chapelhill Roundabout. Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will carry out the resurfacing works to the route, known as the Three […]

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25 March The final work on the Stoneymollan Roundabout is being carried out  by Scotland TranServ on behalf of Transport Scotland this week ahead of what is expected to be one of the region’s busiest ever tourist seasons. Contractors will complete the final landscaping and restore the geese sculptures to the roundabout following their makeover. […]

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13 March The northbound carriageway of the Erskine Bridge has this morning (Thursday 13th March) fully reopened to traffic. Favourable weather conditions and the efforts of our hard working teams brought forward the work programme which had forecast an opening of Monday 17th March. Scotland TranServ, who supervise the works on behalf of Transport Scotland, […]

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10 March 2014 The northbound carriageway of the Erskine Bridge will fully reopen to traffic by Monday 17th March 2014, or earlier if weather conditions permit. Scotland TranServ, who supervise the works on behalf of Transport Scotland, advise that the Contractor will have completed the replacement of both the northbound near and offside vehicle safety […]

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27 February 2014 Road users are set to benefit from a £300k investment in the Trunk Road infrastructure which will be carried out on the northbound A78 Greenock to Prestwick Trunk Road between Sharphill Roundabout and Chapelhill Roundabout. Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will carry out the resurfacing works to the route, known […]

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