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A77 Bridgemill | Bridge Maintenance

A77 Bridgemill
20th of May 2024, 8:00am to 22nd of June 2024, 6:00am

Amey, on behalf of Transport Scotland, is undertaking essential bridge expansion joint replacement, deck refurbishment works and resurfacing on the A77 at Bridgemill, 500m north of Girvan, from Monday 20th May until Friday 21st June, between the hours of 8am and 5pm, however, on Tuesday 4th June and Friday 21st June, the works will be undertaken between 8pm and 6am. This is the second phase of this scheme, with the first phase completed in March 2024. The final phase will commence once phase two has been completed, which will involve installing bridge expansion joints. These works will be completed under total overnight closures from 8pm to 6am and with end dates to be confirmed at a later date.

The work will be carried out during the day using temporary traffic lights which will be in place continuously throughout the works but there may be an occasional need for overnight road closures for which a signed diversion route will be in operation. Until these works commence, temporary traffic lights will be in place at this location, to ensure the safety of road users.

The signed diversion will operate as follows:

Northbound A77 traffic will be diverted via Bridgemill Roundabout to the B734 towards Dailly and travel on the B741 towards Crosshill, and on to the B7023 towards Maybole. Vehicles will continue on the B7023 to Whitehall, then Kirkoswald Road where northbound traffic will re-join at the A77 at Maybole Bypass.
 

Southbound A77 traffic will follow the same diversion in the opposite direction.
 

Access for emergency service vehicles will be maintained throughout these works.

Please note, all schemes are weather dependent and may be cancelled or rescheduled if weather conditions are not favourable.

This scheme will benefit around 8,500 vehicles using this route each day, by improving the condition of the carriageway structure and reducing the need for more extensive maintenance in the future.

We thank road users for their patience and co-operation while this essential work takes place.

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