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M80 SURFACING IMPROVEMENTS

From : 9th July 2019

To : 12th July 2019

Posted : 5th July 2019

 

M80 OVERNIGHT SURFACING IMPROVEMENTS 

 

M80 Junction 2 Robroyston to Junction 3 Hornshill 

 

Works to take place Tuesday 9 July for three nights

 

  • Overnight carriageway closures in place from Tuesday 9 July for safety

 

 

Essential overnight resurfacing and road marking upgrades on the M80 between Junction 2 Robroyston and Junction 3 Hornshill are set to get underway on Tuesday 9 July for three nights.

Overnight carriageway closures will be in place for safety during the three nights of work as teams will be working in the centre of the road.

The programme is outlined as follows:

 

  • M80 Junction 2 Robroyston to Junction 3 Hornshill northbound – Tuesday 9 July (one night), 8pm – 6am, overnight road closure in place for safety.

A signed diversion route via Royston Road, Cumbernauld Road and the A806 to M80 Junction 3 will be in place for road users travelling northbound, with southbound motorists unaffected.

 

  • M80 Junction 2 Robroyston to Junction 3 Hornshill southbound – Wednesday 10 July to Thursday 11 July (two nights), 8pm – 6am, overnight road closures will be in place for safety.

A signed diversion route via the A80 to M8 Junction 12 will be in place for road users travelling southbound, with northbound motorists unaffected. 

All traffic management will be lifted out with working hours and the M80 fully open.

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 as much as possible.

“The traffic management is required to ensure that both our teams as well as all road users are kept safe during the essential resurfacing improvements, however teams will do all they can to complete the project 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 at @trafficscotland, or the new mobile site my.trafficscotland.org.

The works are being carried out by Aggregate Industries Ltd., on behalf of Highway Management (Scotland) Limited and supervised by BEAR Scotland.  Works have been planned in consultation with Transport Scotland, Scotland TranServ, Glasgow City Council, North Lanarkshire Council and Police Scotland.

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