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As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road management programme, Scotland TranServ will this November deliver a half million pounds programme of resurfacing for the A75 at Twynholm. In order to resurface 900m of carriageway, it will be necessary to deliver the project under a daytime convoy system between the 15th and 25th of November, […]

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As the conclusion to the A77 Stumpy Corner improvement programme, on behalf of Transport Scotland, Scotland TranServ will resurface 0.5km of the A77 through Girvan. In order to reduce disruption, Scotland TranServ will deliver two resurfacing projects under a single weekend closure of the carriageway, with two additional overnight closures for lining and loop installation […]

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As part of Transport Scotland’s strategic trunk road management programme, Scotland TranServ will this November combine its resurfacing and bridge expansion joint programme for the M8 Eastbound at Woodside Viaduct (Junction 16-17). These essential programmes are being combined in order to reduce disruption to motorists and businesses in the area. Works will be carried out […]

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This Remembrance Day, Scotland TranServ is working with veterans’ organisation, Scotland’s Bravest in the production of new trunk road signage. The company, based at Erskine Veterans Village Estate in Bishopton has initially produced 6 signs for the South West network. Production involved 6 teams from across the manufacturing company, which employs ex-services personnel with long-term […]

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This week Scotland TranServ will remove around 300 self-seeding trees from the verge of the M74 northbound at Junction 1A near Polmadie. The trees, which have naturally planted, are threatening to impinge nearby overhead railway power lines and it is necessary to remove them for safety reasons. Drivers using the route to access the south […]

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Scotland TranServ this week supported Transport Scotland and our fellow operating companies in launching our Winter Campaign for 2019/20. The South West trunk road management company has stockpiled 18,300 tonnes of salt in preparation for the wintry weather, across depots in Glasgow, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway. TranServ’s 600km network comprises 25 spreading routes, with […]

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Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland, will this November resurface 1.6km of the M74 Northbound between Junction 3A and Junction 3, near Mount Vernon. In order to complete this half million pounds project as quickly and safely as possible, it will be necessary to implement a series of overnight closures from Monday the 11th […]

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Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland, has completed weekend tie-in work connecting the newly constructed realigned carriageway to the existing A76. Traffic is, for the first time, using the newly laid trunk road section. Completion work, which includes the drainage and safety barrier across the existing carriageway, and other aspects of the project, can […]

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Scotland TranServ was triumphant at last night’s National Transport Awards in London. The South West trunk road operating company bagged a brace of accolades, lifting the top prize in the Road Safety, Traffic Management and Enforcement, and Excellence in Technology categories. It was another award for TranServ’s Road Safety team, making it three for the […]

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