Home> Travel news> Projects and Events> Two Overnight Closures on the A725

Two Overnight Closures on the A725

A725 Bellziehill Junction
30th of March 2023, 8:00pm to 1st of April 2023, 6:00am

This page has been archived. For information on live or future events and roadworks view our travel news.

Road users are advised that the A725 northbound carriageway will be closed for two nights on Thursday 30 March and Friday 31 March 2023 (inclusive) for essential carriageway resurfacing works.

The A725 northbound carriageway between the off slip road to A7071 near Raith Junction and Bellziehill Junction on slip road will be closed overnight from 8pm on the days below until 6am on the following days:

· Thursday 30 March 2023

· Friday 31 March 2023

As a result, the following slip roads will also be closed:

· A725 northbound Raith Junction on slip road from Raith roundabout

· A725 northbound Orbiston Junction off slip road

· A725 northbound Orbiston Junction on slip road

· A725 northbound Bellziehill Junction off slip road

The overnight closures are required to ensure road user and road worker safety whilst essential road resurfacing works are undertaken and have been scheduled overnight to minimise disruption to traffic. The road will reopen at 6am each morning.

Signed diversion routes will be in place during closures. Road users are encouraged to plan ahead and check Traffic Scotland’s website prior to travelling on these evenings.

The works will be carried out by Scottish Roads Partnership on behalf of Transport Scotland to maintain the integrity and safety of this route. The works have been planned in consultation with Transport Scotland, North Lanarkshire Council, South Lanarkshire Council, Amey South West Unit and Police Scotland.

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

How to get the latest travel and traffic information

For full information on roadworks on trunk roads in the south-west of Scotland, visit the Amey website.

You can report a defect on the network by filling out this form.

Follow Amey South West Trunk Roads on Twitter at @SWTrunkRoads.