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Aberdeen bypass bidders confirmed


Transport Scotland has drawn up a shortlist of construction firms that are bidding for the £745 million Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie-Tipperty road scheme.  

Plans for A96 dualling outlined


Scottish Government Transport Minister Keith Brown has set out how the A96 dualling programme will be driven forward.

M8 bridge works completed quickly


The refurbishment of three bridges over the M8 has been completed ahead of schedule.

Work on A82 will take place at night


Improvements to the A82 in Scotland will now take place during a series of overnight closures.

Five firms invited to bid for A82 work


Transport Scotland has published a shortlist of contractors who are in the running to carry out an upgrade on the A82.  

Roadside litter a problem in Scotland


More than 1,800 tonnes of litter are being cleared from the sides of Scotland’s road and rail routes every year.

A9 dualling design work attracting interest


The dualling of the A9 in Scotland is attracting significant interest from consultancy companies.

Minister explores Dutch cycling opportunities


Scottish Government transport minister Keith Brown is set to meet with Dutch cycling experts to learn about the cycling infrastructure in the Netherlands.

Work to start on A77 in Scotland


Work on the next phase of the £10.6 million Symington and Bogend toll scheme on the A77 in Scotland will start next month.

Sheriffhall roundabout study to get underway


Transport Scotland is set to award a £200,000 contract to URS Infrastructure and Environment.

Contractors invited to bid for A9 work


Transport Scotland has published details of three large design contracts worth in the region of £40 to £60 million each.  

Gritting firm suing Transport Scotland for £1m


Transport Scotland is being sued for almost £1 million by Nationwide Gritting Services (NGS) over claims the transport authority failed to properly tender for salt supplies.

Aerial surveys to be carried out on A9 and A96


Transport Scotland has awarded a £590,000 contract to Blom Aerofilms which will see the company carry out aerial surveys of where the A9 and A96 routes are to be upgraded to dual carriageway.

A82 work gathers pace


Work on the A82 in Scotland is progressing well.

A9 to get speed cameras


Average speed cameras will be introduced on the A9 in Scotland.

£5m contract for A82 Crianlarich bypass awarded


Transport Scotland is set to award a £5 million Crianlarich bypass contract to RJ McLeod (Contractors).

Motorway improvements project on the road to completion


Transport Scotland has announced its preferred bidder for the central Scotland motorway network project. 

New bridge opens in Scotland


A new £1.8 million bridge at Allt Chonoglais in Scotland has been finished ahead of schedule.

Shortlisted bidders for A9 design contracts revealed


Transport Scotland has announced the shortlisted companies being invited to bid for three large A9 design contracts.

Queensferry Crossing construction remains on schedule


Construction of the Queensferry Crossing in Scotland is moving forward at a rapid pace. 

More progress on A96 Inveramsay Bridge improvement works


Work to remove a notorious bottleneck on the main Aberdeen-Inverness route is expected to start next year, subject to the successful completion of the statutory process.

M8 improvement scheme to start soon


Work on a £415 million scheme to improve the M8 in Scotland is expected to get under way soon.

Clearview works with Amey in Scotland


Clearview Traffic Group has been working in partnership with Amey to deliver the Traffic Scotland operations and infrastructure services contract (TSOISC) on behalf of Transport Scotland.

Costs slashed on Scottish motorway improvements project


Transport Scotland has driven down costs by more than £100 million for the M8/M73/M74 motorway improvements project after awarding the contract to the Scot Roads Partnership Project (SRP).

Contract for bridge works published


Work to improve the A96 Inveramsay Bridge in Scotland is expected to start by the end of this year.  

Independence would lead to improved transport in Scotland


Transport Minister Keith Brown believes he could do more to improve Scotland’s transport system if the country was given the full powers of independence.

Editorial Board


Highways Magazine has launched an editorial advisory board.

Bridge improvements to start


Stirling Lloyd Construction is set to start work on the second phase of a £13.2m waterproofing and resurfacing programme at Kessock Bridge in Scotland.

A9 bridge works completed early


Refurbishment of the A9 Crieff Road bridge in Scotland has been completed two weeks ahead of schedule.

SRP handed £500m contract by Transport Scotland


The Scottish Roads Partnership (SRP) has been awarded a £500 million deal to construct the M8 and make improvements to the M73 and M74 by Transport Scotland.

Five in running for A75 roundabout works contract


Five contractors are vying to win a £1.2 million roads contract that will see a key roundabout outside the Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary in Scotland upgraded.

Almost half of road markings in Scotland need replacing


Forty three per cent of markings in Scotland should be replaced immediately or need to be scheduled for replacement, according to a report released by the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA).

Brown witnesses A83 landslide recovery work


Scottish Transport Minister Keith Brown has taken a look at the ongoing recovery work that is taking place to get the A83 fully operational again.

£10m to be spent on improving Scotland’s roads


An extra £10 million will be spent on improving trunk roads in Scotland.

Work on three sections of A9 to start in 2017


Three new sections of Scotland’s longest trunk road are expected to be shovel ready in 2017.

New Symington Bridge opens to traffic


Symington Bridge in Scotland opened to road users for the first time last week.

Over 8,000 motorists rescued from Scotland’s roads


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.

Four in running for £11m bridge project


Four contractors are in the running for an £11 million bridge improvement scheme in Scotland.

Vysionics wins speed enforcement contract in Scotland


Europe’s longest average speed enforcement system is to be installed along the A9 in Scotland and will cover a total of 220km of road.

A9 dualling design contract awarded


The first of three large design contracts for the A9 dualling programme in Scotland has been awarded.

Solution found for A90 bottleneck in Scotland


A new dual carriageway link road is planned as a solution to the ongoing congestion caused by the Haudagain roundabout in Aberdeen.

Investigation works underway on A96 Inveramsay bridge project


Transport Minister Keith Brown has witnessed the start of essential ground investigation works on the £11 million A96 Inveramsay bridge project in Scotland.

Ancient archaeological finds on A75 bypass


A number of ancient artefacts that were found during construction of the £17 million A75 Dunragit bypass in Scotland have been unveiled.

Road workers in Scotland get new battery-powered workwear


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.

Major resurfacing carried out on M8 in Scotland


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.

Erskine Bridge back in business


Refurbishment of the Erskine Bridge in Scotland is almost complete.

Average speed cameras installed on A9 in Scotland


Average speed cameras are being installed on the A9 in Scotland.

New barriers installed on Erskine Bridge


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

Amey wins £92m highways contract in Scotland


Amey has been awarded a six-year contract to maintain and improve the motorways and trunk roads in south east Scotland.

Scotland TranServ launches anti-litter campaign


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.

Ground investigation contract awarded for A9 dualling scheme


Drilling & Geotechnical Ltd will carry out ground investigation work on the A9 in Scotland.

Scotland TranServ gears up for Glasgow 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.

Construction of Queensferry Crossing progressing well


Work to construct the Queensferry Crossing in Scotland is progressing well.

Preparatory works to start on Aberdeen bypass project


Connect Roads will start preparatory works on the Aberdeen bypass in Scotland this week.

£30m contract for A96 dualling work up for grabs


Transport Scotland is searching for a contractor to take forward the detailed design work for the first section of the A96 dualling programme.

Bids invited for £50m A9 dualling contract


A £50 million contract to dual a section of the A9 in Scotland has been put out to tender.

Contractor appointed for A82 ground investigation work


A contractor has been selected to take forward ground investigation work as part of the A82 Tarbet to Inverarnan improvement scheme in Scotland.

Jacobs wins A9 design contract


Jacobs Engineering Group has been awarded a contract from Transport Scotland to provide multi-disciplinary consultancy services for the A9.

A82 ground investigations start


Vital ground investigations have now started on the A82 between Tarbet and Inverarnan in Scotland.

NGS loses case against Transport Scotland


Nationwide Gritting Services (NGS) has lost its case against Transport Scotland. The company attempted to sue the transport authority for almost £1 million over claims it failed to properly tender for salt supplies.

Four on shortlist for £50m A9 dualling contract


Transport Scotland has drawn up a shortlist of four bidders that are competing to win a £50m contract to deliver the first A9 dualling scheme between Kincraig and Dalraddy.

Rain causes A82 landslip


Heavy rain has caused travel disruption in the north west of Scotland with the A82 bearing the brunt of the conditions.

Average speed cameras go live on A9


Average speed cameras have come into force on the A9 in Scotland.

£70m sub-contracts up for grabs


Sub-contracts worth £70 million for the Aberdeen Bypass will be advertised by Transport Scotland.

Amey wins Forth bridges contract


Amey has secured a contract worth between £40-60 million to operate two major river crossings in the East of Scotland.

Aberdeen Bypass to finish early


The Aberdeen Bypass will be completed ahead of schedule in winter 2017, the Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities, Keith Brown has announced.

Scotland’s weather response in full swing


With Scotland experiencing cold temperatures and snow, Transport Minister Derek Mackay has visited a salt depot near Glasgow to see the preparations that are being made for the wintry weather.

A82 bypass opens


The new £5 million A82 bypass in Scotland has been officially opened.

Scotland TranServ appoints new contract director


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

Further £3m for A83 in Scotland


The Scottish government is spending an additional £3 million on the A83.

£30m A96 dualling contract awarded


Jacobs has been awarded a £30 million design contract for the A96 dualling in Scotland.

Work starts on A82 repairs


A £1 million contract that will see major repairs and improvements carried out on the A82 in the North West Highlands is underway.

Work on major Scottish trunk roads to get underway


A £500 million project to improve major trunk roads in Scotland has reached a major milestone.

Research competition for student engineers


Second year undergraduate civil engineering students from across Scotland are being offered the opportunity to win a place on The Road Maintenance Research Working Group.

Morrison joins editorial board


Donald Morrison, head of asset management and procurement for Transport Scotland, has joined the Highways Magazine editorial board.

Business as usual for Forth Road Bridge


Scottish Transport Minister Derek Mackay has visited the Forth Road Bridge to see how it is performing under a new operator.

Increase in number of people killed on Scotland’s roads


Two hundred people were killed in reported road accidents in Scotland in 2014 – a rise of 16% on the previous year.

Carmichael appointed Roadworks Commissioner for Scotland


Transport Scotland has appointed Angus Carmichael as Scottish Roadworks Commissioner on an interim basis.

Mouchel wins place on £11m frameworks


Mouchel, part of the Kier Group, has been awarded a place on two substantial new Transport Scotland frameworks worth up to £11 million.

Amey re-secures place on Scottish framework


Amey has re-secured a position on Transport Scotland’s Major Transport Infrastructure Projects (MTRIPs) framework.

£50m A96 dualling contract up for grabs


Contractors are being invited to tender for a £50 million design contract notice for dualling work on the A96 in Scotland.

Brannen gets top job at Transport Scotland


Roy Brannen has been appointed as the new chief executive of Transport Scotland.

River Spey bridge options go on display


Examples of bridge options being developed to cross the River Spey near Kingussie in Scotland have gone on display this week as part of the consultation process for the A9 dualling scheme.

Forth Road Bridge shut till New Year amid safety fears


The Forth Road Bridge is to shut until the New Year for repairs following the discovery of defective steelwork.

Repair work plans for Forth Road Bridge finalised


A team of engineers from Amey have been working hard to develop a solution to structural problems on the Forth Road Bridge.

Work on Queensferry Crossing progressing well


Work on the Queensferry Crossing in Scotland is progressing well with over a quarter of the bridge deck now in place.

Further safety cameras to go live on Forth Road Bridge


Additional safety cameras will go live at the Forth Road Bridge in Scotland tomorrow (Thursday 14 January).

£24m boost for new junction in Scotland


The Scottish government has announced £24 million worth of funding to take forward the design and construction of a new junction on the A90 in Aberdeenshire.

Forth Road Bridge fully reopens


The Forth Road Bridge in Scotland has fully reopened.

Four in running for £50m A96 design contract


Four companies are in the running for a £50 million design contract to dual the A96 in Scotland.

Over £350m sub-contracts awarded on Aberdeen Bypass


More than £350 million worth of sub-contracts have been awarded for work carried out on the Aberdeen Bypass, Transport Scotland has revealed.

Maintenance to be carried out on A9 Kessock Bridge


Transport Scotland will spend £750,000 on improvements to the A9 Kessock Bridge.

A96 bottleneck uncorked


An upgrade to a notorious bottleneck on the A96 at Inveramsay Bridge in Scotland is set to open under traffic management tomorrow (18 March).

Drilling works underway on A96


Ground investigations are now taking place along the A96 in Scotland.

A737 Dalry Bypass job out to tender


Transport Scotland is inviting companies to bid for the construction of the A737 Dalry Bypass in Ayrshire.

JV awarded £50m A96 design contract


A Mott MacDonald Sweco joint venture has been awarded a £50 million contract by Transport Scotland to carry out detailed design work for dualling the 29-mile western section of the A96 between Auldearn and Fochabers.

Video shows giant bridge beam lift


Video shows the construction of the largest single span bridge being built as part of the £500m M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project in Scotland.

Weather delays Queensferry Crossing opening


The Queensferry Crossing in Scotland will open five months later than planned.

Mott MacDonald Sweco JV wins A96 design contract


Transport Scotland has appointed the Mott MacDonald Sweco joint venture (MMS JV) to carry out route option assessment and detailed design work for dualling of the A96 between Hardmuir and Fochabers.

A725 closed to allow filming of Trainspotting 2


Filming of Trainspotting 2 meant one of Scotland’s busiest trunk roads – the A725 – was closed while a scene was shot.

Shortlist for A737 Dalry Bypass contract revealed


Transport Scotland has revealed the shortlist for its Dalry Bypass contract with four bidders in the running for the job.

Tarmac and Amey set new asphalt laying record in Scotland


Tarmac and Amey have set a new record for laying asphalt in Scotland after delivering almost 2,500 tonnes in under 30 hours on a section of the M9.

Scottish road safety inspections get technology boost


Road safety inspections in Scotland will be aided by GPS and video capturing software from RouteShoot.

Call to improve Scottish road maintenance


Urgent action is needed to help improve the condition of Scotland’s roads, according to a report by Audit Scotland.  

Fugro wins A9 ground investigation contract


Transport Scotland has awarded Fugro Geoservices a £1.2 million ground investigation contract on the A9.

Video shows A8 bridge demolition


A timelapse video that shows the demolition a bridge on the A8 has been released by Transport Scotland.

Final Forth Road Bridge repairs almost complete


Work to replace damaged “truss end links” that led to the closure of the Forth Road Bridge at the end of last year has started.

Drivers using first stretch of newly dualled A9


Motorists are now able to drive on the first stretch of new road to be constructed as part of the A9 dualling project in Scotland.

Cycling taskforce set up in Scotland


Scottish Transport Minister Humza Yousaf has announced plans for a cycling taskforce.  

Plans for A737 improvements progressing well


Improvements at the A737 in Beith, Scotland, have moved a step closer with the publication of draft road orders.

Construction of Aberdeen bypass continues


Twenty-seven beams will be used to construct the North Deeside and Fishermyre to Clayfold Road bridges in Scotland.

Fugro wins A9 ground investigation contract


Fugro will carry out ground investigations on Transport Scotland’s project to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness after being awarded a contract.

A9 dualling ground investigation contract awarded


Raeburn Drilling and Geotechnical Ltd have landed a ground investigation contract worth almost £1.5 million which will help progress two A9 dualling schemes – Glen Garry to Dalwhinnie and Dalwhinnie to Crubenmore.

Timelapse footage shows bridge demolition


Timelapse footage that shows the demolition of one of the highest bridges on Scotland’s motorway network has been released.  

A9 Slochd Summit contract awarded


Raeburn Drilling & Geotechnical Ltd will carry out ground investigation work on the A9 in Scotland after landing a contract worth £1 million.  

3D scans of Forth Bridges will help teach children engineering


Incredibly detailed 3D scans of the Forth Bridge will form the basis for interactive games promoting engineering skills for school children, it has been revealed.

Cycling plan for Scotland unveiled


Transport Scotland has refreshed its Cycling Action Plan with an aim of having 10% of everyday journeys made by bike by 2020.

Speed cameras to support roadworker safety near Aberdeen


Average speed cameras are to be installed on the A90 at Stonehaven in an attempt to improve safety for construction workers and road users.

Transport Scotland versus the Beast from the East - Q and A


Dominic Browne caught up with Hugh Gillies, director of trunk roads and bus operations at Transport Scotland, for a Q and A about the recent extreme weather seen north of the border and how the devolved nation fared when it came up against the Beast from the East.

Finishing line for £745m Aberdeen bypass put back to the autumn


The Scottish Government has announced a new, six-month delay on the troubled £745m Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project.  

Ready, steady, gone: Transport Scotland removes traffic lights after trial


Transport Scotland is set to permanently remove a set of traffic lights on the A96 in Nairn, following a successful trial.

Contractors predict summer finish for Aberdeen bypass


Transport Scotland has said it still expects the troubled Aberdeen bypass to open in the autumn, despite the remaining contractors on the project predicting a finish this summer.

A92 crossing to be installed after Yousaf's promise to parents


Transport Scotland is to install a signalised pedestrian crossing on the A92 in Fife after the transport minister met the parents of a child who was killed on the road.

Latest Talking Transport podcast discusses Traffex SiB, MaaS and more


A special Talking Transport podcast is now online, with SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton joined by Highways editor Dominic Browne, deputy editor Chris Ames and Traffex Seeing is Believing content director Adrian Tatum.

Public sector 'can learn from' £1.3bn Queensferry Crossing project


Auditors have praised Transport Scotland for its management of the project to build the new Queensferry Crossing, which opened late last year but came in at least £110m under budget.

Scotland seeking contractors for £1.4bn trunk road contracts


The Scottish Government has launched the procurement process for two new road maintenance contracts worth up to £1.4bn over 12 years.

Interserve in line for £9m A737 The Den contract


Transport Scotland is set to hand Interserve a £9m contract to realign a stretch of the A737.

Transport Scotland set to award £62m A9 dualling works to Balfour Beatty


Balfour Beatty is in line for a £62m construction contract for the next major section of the £3bn A9 Dualling Programme.

Scotland seeks bids for £1.4bn trunk road contracts


Transport Scotland has advertised its first two next generation trunk road contracts, worth a total of £1.4bn.

AWPR halves journey times and city traffic, Sturgeon says


The Scottish Government has hailed a shift in traffic from Aberdeen city onto the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route since it fully opened in February

Matheson takes centenarian for a spin as £31m bypass opens


A £31m bypass in South West Scotland has opened to traffic.

Like painting the Forth Bridge: Spencer awarded £18m Erskine job


Bridge works specialist Spencer Group has been appointed to deliver what it called the most extensive maintenance painting of Scotland’s landmark Erskine Bridge for a generation.

Scottish trunk road procurement heads for final phase


Final tenders for the first of the next generation Scottish trunk road contracts, worth a total of £1.4bn, are expected by the end of the year.

£6bn roadbuilding schemes 'up for debate'


Transport Scotland has insisted that it is committed to dualling the A96 and A9 after a top official told a Scottish parliamentary committee that the schemes were ‘up for debate’ as part of a review of major projects.

Scottish Government digs in on A96 with 40km shared path


Transport Scotland has unveiled new proposals for more than 40 km of shared use path on the Hardmuir to Fochabers section of the A96 dualling programme.

Sweco wins place on Scotland road safety framework


Engineering, environment and design consultancy Sweco has been appointed to provide transport and road safety consultancy through the Scottish Government’s flagship Development Management and Road Safety Service Multi Supplier Framework.

Getting to the point of inverted priorities


Chris Ames looks at conflicting signals about the impact of the Scottish Government’s draft National Transport Strategy on major road-building schemes.

Scotland goes Forth with electric gritter


A fully electric gritter will join the fleet of vehicles aiming to keep Scotland’s trunk roads moving this winter.

We need to look at changing specs, sustainability chief warns


The head of sustainable engineering and climate adaption at Transport Scotland has said it is time to consider changing specifications in road markings and highways materials to tackle climate change.

£9m road realignment scheme 'completed early'


The new section of the A737 at the Den in North Ayrshire has opened following a £9m realignment scheme.

Matheson stresses 'commitment' to £120m flyover project


The Scottish transport secretary has stressed ministers’ commitment to the A720 Sheriffhall roundabout scheme as plans for the project are set to go on public display.

Natives restless after new A83 closure


A council leader has called on Scottish ministers to stop ‘faffing about’ after another landslide closed the A83 at Rest and be Thankful on Thursday morning.

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