A82 Milton (northbound)

A82 Milton (northbound)

16 November 2020

Overnight Maintenance

ESSENTIAL MAINTENANCE ON A82 DUNGLASS RBT TO DUMBUCKHILL QUARRY COMMENCES 16th NOVEMBER

Essential maintenance on the northbound A82 carriageway at Milton, will take place overnight from 8pm to 6am, each night, between Monday 16th November until Sunday 22nd November 2020.

This scheme, with a value of £220,000, will benefit around 12,485 vehicles using this route each day, by improving the condition of the carriageway and reducing the need for more extensive maintenance in future.

Works will be complete using progressive convoy working with closures to the A82 (N) beyond Glasgow Rd junction each night to minimise disruption to the traveling public.

  • Phase 1 of the works will take place north of Dunglass Roundabout to Colquhoun Road under convoy working with traffic then following the signed diversion via A814 (Glasgow Road).
  • Phase 2 of the works will take place between Colquhoun Road and Glasgow Road junction under convoy working with traffic then following the signed diversion via A814 (Glasgow Road).
  • Phase 3 of this work will take place between Glasgow Road junction and Dumbuckhill Quarry using the signed diversion from A814 (Glasgow Road) only.

Traffic diverted via A814 will continue until the junction with Greenhead Road, turning right and following Greenhead Road to its junction with the A82 and rejoin the A82 heading northbound.

This scheme has been planned in consultation with Transport Scotland, Traffic Scotland, the emergency services,  road hauliers, utility companies, local businesses and Glasgow City Council.

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

A free Road Work Alerts service is available from our website: https://swtrunkroads.scot/roadwork-alerts/ An email address is all that is required to sign up for the service.

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