A77 resurfacing programme announced by TranServ
Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland will be simultaneously carrying out a series of resurfacing projects on the A77 in the Lendalfoot area from 10th until 27th of July, 2017.
These projects, in close proximity, have been scheduled to run adjacent to each other in order to reduce long term disruption to the community. The £500k programme of works will address structural cracking and potholes on a total of 2.1km of the trunk road. These projects include: A short resurfacing project located at the A77 Lendalfoot North Gateway, which the local community have already been directly informed of.
This £100k project will address issues with potholes on around 1km of the trunk road. The short scheme will run from Monday the 10th to Sunday 16th of July.
In order to keep disruption to a minimum the work will be carried out under a daytime convoy system. Overnight resurfacing of A77 between Carleton Fisheries and Lendalfoot. The £300k resurfacing project will run overnight from Tuesday 18th to Thursday 20th of July, before breaking for the weekend to limit disruption, and then resuming on the evening of Sunday 23rd until Thursday 27th of July. The works will address potholes and structural cracking along a 1.1km stretch of trunk road.
A convoy system will operate overnight from around 7pm to 6am each morning from Tuesday 18th to Thursday 20th and Sunday 23rd to Thursday 27th of July. Scotland TranServ’s award-winning Strategic Road Safety team will also utilise the time to implement new road safety markings for the village. Additional road safety measures in the shape of speed limit signing and Vehicle Activated Signs will be installed later in the year.