M77 Junctions 2 to 4
25 November 2020
GANTRY REFURBISHMENT ON M77 COMMENCES WEDNESDAY 25th NOVEMBER
Overnight maintenance to refurbishment motorway gantries on the M77 between junctions 2 and 4 commences Wednesday 25th November 2020 for four nights.
This scheme, with a value of £1.5 million, will see the structures repainted, re-clad and provided with new energy efficient LED lighting systems.
- On Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th November, between 8pm and 6am, work will take place to remove the gantry at M77 Junction 4 to Junction 3 Northbound.
- On Friday 27th and Saturday 28th November, between 8pm and 6am, work will take place to remove gantry at M77 Junction 3 to Junction 2 Southbound.
Both schemes require full closures of the M77 at these locations with a signed diversion in operation.
M77 Junction 4-3 (northbound): Diverted traffic will exit at Junction 5 and continue on Ayr Road, until Rouken Glen Road where traffic shall turn left and continue on. Traffic will re-join the M77 N/B at junction 3.
M77 Junction 3-2 (southbound): Diverted traffic will exit to At junction 2 S/B, where vehicles will turn left and head E/B on Barrhead Road. Traffic will then turn right on to Kennishead Road, continue on, then turn left and continue E/B on to A726 Nitshill Road. Re-join the S/B M77 carriageway.
The refurbished gantries will be installed in early 2021.
Both schemes require full closures of the M77 at these locations with signed diversion in operation.
This scheme has been planned in consultation with Transport Scotland, Traffic Scotland, the emergency services, Silverburn Shopping Centre, East Renfrewshire Council and Glasgow City Council.
Please note, all schemes are weather dependent and may be cancelled or rescheduled if weather conditions are not favourable.
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