Scotland TranServ

Scotland contractors call for end to roadworker abuse

07/06/2018

Transport Scotland and the companies that operate its trunk road network have launched a roadworker safety campaign, asking drivers to help stamp out the ‘shocking’ levels of abuse suffered by their workers.

Calm down, deer

08/05/2018

Drivers across South West Scotland are being advised to look out for deer wandering onto trunk roads and motorways, particularly during May.

Drone footage shows Erskine Bridge upgrade

29/11/2016

Drone footage released by Scotland TranServ shows the full scale of work carried out to upgrade the Erskine Bridge.

LED switchover for lights on M8 in Scotland

08/03/2016

More than 100 lamps on the M8 in Scotland will be switched to LED lighting.

Scotland TranServ appoints new contract director

07/01/2015

Gordon Wilson has been appointed as contract director at Scotland TranServ.

Scotland TranServ gears up for Glasgow 2014

15/07/2014

Support for stranded motorists in Glasgow and the wider Central Belt has been significantly increased in an effort to cope with extra demand on the road network during the Commonwealth Games.

Scotland TranServ launches anti-litter campaign

25/06/2014

Scotland TranServ wants to reduce the amount of litter on the country’s trunk roads and has urged drivers to stop throwing rubbish out of their cars.

New barriers installed on Erskine Bridge

29/05/2014

Scotland TranServ, working on behalf of Transport Scotland, has completed a vehicle safety barrier replacement project on the Erskine Bridge.

Erskine Bridge back in business

23/05/2014

Refurbishment of the Erskine Bridge in Scotland is almost complete.

Major resurfacing carried out on M8 in Scotland

20/05/2014

A road construction vehicle known as Paisley’s Flaming Dragon has been used to carry out major resurfacing work on the M8 Whitecart Viaduct in Scotland.

Road workers in Scotland get new battery-powered workwear

16/05/2014

Scotland TranServ is rolling out a new range of high visibility garments to help improve the health and safety of road workers across south west Scotland.

Over 8,000 motorists rescued from Scotland’s roads

02/04/2014

Scotland TranServ’s Trunk Roads Incident Support Service (TRISS) teams have assisted more than 8,000 stranded motorists on Scotland’s major trunk roads over the last year.

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