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As part of an ongoing programme to improve the condition of the road network, the Ayrshire Roads Alliance will be carrying out essential road resurfacing works on a stretch of the A735 Dunlop to Stewarton Road.
An event to mark the completion of New Cumnock’s £8.97m flood protection works was held today, with guests getting the chance to see the culmination of almost two years’ work that will protect residential and commercial properties near the Afton Water and River Nith.
Kilmarnock’s 10k road race, Roon the Toon, will return on Sunday 11 June at 10am for its seventh year.
As part of an ongoing programme to improve the condition of the road network, the Ayrshire Roads Alliance will be carrying out essential road resurfacing works on a stretch of the B743 Muirkirk to Strathaven Road.
Experienced motorcycle riders got the chance to brush up on their riding skills at an event organised last weekend by Ayrshire Roads Alliance and North Ayrshire Council.
East Ayrshire Council has this week agreed plans to increase the infrastructure to cater for more electric vehicles (EV) across Ayrshire.
The Council’s Cabinet has this week agreed amended parking arrangements which will introduce restrictions in certain streets and at certain junctions around Rugby Park on match days.
East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet has agreed the Ayrshire Roads Alliance’s programme of investment works that will allow improvement works to be carried out to carriageways, footways and street lighting, in addition to bridge strengthening and investment in transportation, road safety and fleet vehicles.
Mission to the Moon, an active travel initiative, has officially launched at Mount Carmel Primary School.
With pupils at Netherthird Primary now enjoying their new school, the School Street trial is under way to help increase road safety and encourage methods of active travel to and from school.
East Ayrshire Council has approved a plan that will help to deal with a disease affecting ash trees which can pose a significant risk to safety where trees are next to roads, in parks and open spaces and next to power lines.
Kilmarnock Town Centre has Christmas all wrapped up with chic independent shops, large national stores and during December, three hours of free parking within Council car parks.