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Surfacing Improvements on A90 in Perth and Kinross

A90 between Millers of Glencarse near Glendoick and the Pow of Glencarse
13th of January 2023, 7:30pm to 16th of January 2023, 6:30am

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Update (9th January 2023): The remainder of this work has been rescheduled to take place over the weekend of Friday 13th January until Monday 16th January. The work will be undertaken using a contraflow system which will be in place from 7:30pm on Friday 13th January until 6:30am on Monday 16th January.

Amey are undertaking a £530,000 project delivering road surfacing improvements to a section of the A90 travelling southbound through Perth and Kinross.

The resurfacing will be carried out on a stretch of the A90 between Millers of Glencarse near Glendoick and the Pow of Glencarse from Friday 25th November until Monday 28th November.

The project, which Amey is carrying out on behalf of Transport Scotland, will benefit more than 17000 vehicles who use the route through the Carse of Gowrie area each day.

The work, which will begin at 8pm on Friday 25th November and is scheduled to be completed by 6am on Monday 28th November, will be undertaken using a contraflow system.

The junction on the A90 southbound for Leetown and Cottown will be closed during the works, with access available via St Madoes and Errol.

The scheme is the latest stage in Amey’s plans to improve the condition of the A90 road surface and reduce the need for more extensive maintenance in future. Last month Amey delivered road surface improvements between the Pow of Glencarse and the St Madoes overbridge worth £380,000.

Our operatives follow strict physical distancing and hygiene protocols throughout the programme, in line with the current Scottish Government’s COVID-19 guidance.

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

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