dsfThere will be a programme of overnight roadworks on the A77 at Dutchhouse roundabout starting on Monday, February 29.
Scotland Transerv say that with the busy Ayrshire summer tourist season fast approaching, a programme of essential maintenance to improve the road surface will get underway on the A77 between Dutchhouse Roundabout and Symington Road.
A total closure will be required each night from Monday 29 February until Wednesday 2 March between 9pm and 6am to carry out the work. A diversion route as described below will be in place.
Andy Fraser, operating company representative, Scotland TranServ comments: “This essential maintenance scheme will be carried out to upgrade the road surface and ensure that it is in good condition ahead of the summer tourist season.
“Delays are expected to be minimal however I would urge motorists to leave plenty of time for their journeys.”
Motorists can keep up to date with real time traffic information by visiting www.trafficscotland.org or following their Twitter feed @trafficscotland.
Advanced warning signs will also be in place on the approach to the works to inform motorists that roadworks are taking place.
Diversion routes; Motorists travelling northbound should leave the A77 at Dutchhouse Roundabout and follow A78 to Warrix Interchange, leave A78 and follow A71 to Bellfield Roundabout, re-join A77. Traffic travelling southbound should follow this route in reverse.