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Road safety improvements at four sites across the A95

A95 (various locations)
29th of August 2023, 8:00am to 20th of September 2023, 7:00pm

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Amey is undertaking a series of essential road safety improvements at four locations across the A95 from Tuesday 29th August to Wednesday 20th September.

An annual review is undertaken on all the collisions which have occurred on the North-East Trunk Road Network identifying sites that may benefit from new road safety measures.

To ensure the safety of roadworkers and motorists the work will be undertaken under temporary traffic lights during weekdays, Monday to Friday, between 8am to 7pm.

The £125,000 project, which Amey is undertaking on behalf of Transport Scotland, will take place at the following dates and locations:

Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th August

Site 1: Lower Gaich Farm junction (At Lower Gaich farm entrance)

Hazard marker bollard installation and Vehicle Restraint Systems (VRS) terminal replacements.

Replacement of three VRS end terminals.
Installation of nine hazard marker bollards.
Thursday 31st August

Site 2: Speybridge junction (240m east of Grantown Cultural Centre)

VRS terminal replacements.

Replacement of two VRS end terminals.
Monday 4th September to Thursday 7th September

Site 3: Bluehill Quarry junction (At A95 Allochy bridge)

VRS barrier installation and VRS terminal replacements.

Installation of a VRS barrier around an open culvert.
Replacement of a VRS end terminal.
Monday 18th September to Wednesday 20th September

Site 4: Craigellachie junction (At the A941 / A95 junction)

VRS terminal replacements.

Replacement of five VRS end terminals.
Please note, all schemes are weather dependent and may be cancelled or rescheduled if weather conditions are not favourable.

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