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M8 Dumbreck Road | Bridge Maintenance

M8 Dumbreck Road
3rd of June 2024, 8:00pm to 15th of June 2024, 6:00am

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Amey, on behalf of Transport Scotland, is undertaking essential overnight bridge expansion joint replacements and resurfacing works on the M8 slip roads at Junctions 23, Dumbreck Road from Monday 3rd June until Saturday 15th June 2024, between 8pm and 6am, weeknight only.

These works will be undertaken using overnight closures on local authority roads, with a signed diversion route in operation.

Dumbreck Road will be closed from the Paisley Road West to the westbound M8 Junction 23 off slip road, with the following signed diversion in operation:

Traffic intending to exit the M8 at Junction 23 and turn right will be directed to join Dumbreck Road and travel via Mosspark Blvd to return to the traffic lights between Paisley Road West and Dumbreck Road where the diversion will end.

Traffic travelling westbound on the Paisley Road West will join Mosspark Blvd and continue to the traffic lights at the junction of Dumbreck Road, where the diversion will end.

Traffic travelling on the Broomloan Road will be directed onto Paisley Road West to join Edminston Drive and onto Helen Street. From here, vehicles will follow the westbound Paisley Road West diversion route outlined above.

Traffic travelling on the eastbound Paisley Road West will continue east and join the diversion route for Broomloan Road, as outlined above.

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 road users by ensuring the continued safety and reliability of this structure and reducing the need for more extensive maintenance in the future.

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