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M80 OVERNIGHT SLIP ROAD CLOSURES

From : 9th May 2018

To : 18th May 2018

Posted : 3rd May 2018

M80 OVERNIGHT SLIP ROAD CLOSURES FOR ESSENTIAL ROAD MARKING WORKS

Overnight works to take place over six nights starting Wednesday 9 May

 

A series of overnight slip road closures on the M80 is set to get underway next week so teams can carry out essential road marking works.

The slip road closures are required to ensure roadworkers as well as motorists are kept safe during the essential road marking project.

Starting from Wednesday 9 May, the works are set to take place each night from 8pm to 6am as follows:

 

Wednesday 9 May

o M80 southbound Junction 7 Haggs off-slip

o M80 southbound Junction 7 Haggs on-slip

o M80 southbound Junction 6a Castlecary off-slip

 

Thursday 10 May

o M80 northbound Junction 6 Old Inns off-slip

o M80 northbound Junction 6a Castlecary on-slip

o M80 northbound Junction 7 Haggs off-slip

 

Friday 11 May

o M80 southbound Junction 6 Old Inns off-slip

o M80 southbound Junction 5 Auchenkilns off-slip

 

Monday 14 May

o M73 southbound Link Road from the M80 diverge

o M80 southbound Junction 3 Hornshill off-slip

 

Tuesday 15 May

o M80 northbound Junction 3 Hornshill off-slip

o M80 northbound Junction 4 Westfield off-slip

 

Wednesday 16 May

o M80 northbound Junction 4a Low Wood off-slip

o M80 northbound Junction 5 Auchenkilns off-slip

 

Signed diversions will be in place each night as required. There will be no restrictions to traffic during the day out with these times.

Commenting on the works, Carnie Morrison, Highway Management (Scotland) Limited General Manager, said: “These essential maintenance works are being carried out overnight when traffic flows are reduced to minimise delays to motorists. 

“The traffic management is required to ensure that both our teams as well as all road users are kept safe during the essential road marking works, however teams will do all they can to complete the works as quickly and safely as possible.

“We encourage all motorists to plan their journeys in advance by checking the Traffic Scotland website for up to date journey information.”

Real-time journey planning information can be obtained by visiting www.trafficscotland.org, twitter @trafficscotland, or the new mobile site my.trafficscotland.org.  

The works are being carried out by WJ Road Markings Limited and supervised by BEAR Scotland Limited on behalf of Highway Management (Scotland) Limited.  Works have been planned in consultation with Transport Scotland, North Lanarkshire Council, Falkirk Council and Police Scotland.

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