A77 Slip Road Resurfacing works planned!
Scotland TranServ, working on behalf of Transport Scotland will carry out a short £110k resurfacing programme to address potholes on two A77 slip roads.
Work will take place to resurface 2.7km of the A77 Grassyards On Slip overnight on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th of August. Meanwhile 1.2km of the On and Off Slips on the A77 Bogend Toll South Bound will be resurfaced overnight on Friday 18th of August.
Martin Gannon, Scotland TranServ’s Network Area Manager for Ayrshire said:
“The A77 is an important economic artery connecting communities across Ayrshire, and that’s why we’ve worked closely with Police Scotland and local authorities to schedule these works to have minimal impact on local families and businesses. We have additionally planned verge cutting and other routine maintenance works, which would normally require a separate closure. The projects will be carried out overnight in order that we can deliver them as quickly and safely as possible.”
Works will take place between 8pm in the evening and 6am the following morning, with traffic management implemented only once monitored traffic flow is sufficiently low.
Grassyards Diversion Route
A77 Take North bound off slip to Bellfield Interchange
Take 1st exit from Bellfield Rbt on to A71
Follow the A71 to Moorfield Rbt and take 3rd exit to the B7081
Follow B7081 for 1km till you come to the Roundabout at the Irvine/ Kilmarnock Road (B7081), Turn right and follow B7081 for 1km towards Kilmarnock till you come to the traffic lights at the Western Road (B7064)
Turn left at the Traffic lights and follow B7064 Western Road for 4.9km and re-join the A77 North Bound traffic at Meiklewood Interchange
Bogend Toll Diversion Route
Follow A71 West bound from Bellfield Interchange for 11km to Warrix Interchange
At Warrix interchange, take the first exit on to the A78
Follow the A78 south bound for 9.7km to Monktonhead Rbt
At Monktonhead Rbt, take the second exit and follow A78 for 1km to Dutchouse Rbt
At Dutchouse Rbt, take second exit and re-join the A77 south bound traffic
These road surface improvement schemes are among a number of such projects being scheduled by Scotland TranServ to deliver long-term benefits to commuters, local communities and businesses across South West Scotland on behalf of Transport Scotland.
Andy Fraser, Scotland TranServ’s Operating Company Representative added:
“Across South West Scotland, we’re working on behalf of Transport Scotland to prioritise such road maintenance issues and deliver our road surface improvement projects as quickly, efficiently and safely as possible. Throughout, we have scheduled this significant programme to be delivered with maximum efficiency and minimal disruption.”