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Pupils from schools across East Ayrshire looked to the stars for inspiration when they helped to name the Ayrshire Roads Alliance’s gritters.
A creative South Ayrshire pupil has won an annual calendar contest, run by the Ayrshire Roads Alliance, to help promote important road safety and sustainable travel messages
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of East Ayrshire Council hosted a free winter resilience event for local residents and community groups.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of East Ayrshire Council will be hosting a free winter resilience event for local residents.
Road surfaces are improving; capital programme projects have been completed on time and on budget and winter resilience plans are in place and working well – that’s is just some of the good news from the Ayrshire Roads Alliance annual review.
Ochiltree’s community resilience group has detailed plans and new gritting equipment in place and ready to go for the start of winter.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of South Ayrshire Council, will be carrying out essential and major resurfacing works on two sections of the A714, as part of the A714 Road Improvement Plan.
Work is now almost complete at the Leggate in New Cumnock, a key part of the extensive £4.7m Flood Protection Scheme planned for the area.
As part of East Ayrshire’s extensive £6m road resurfacing programme, the A735 Lugton Road, Dunlop was due to benefit from resurfacing works.
East Ayrshire’s extensive £6m road resurfacing programme is continuing at pace.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance will be working closely with the local communities of Dundonald and Loans, on behalf of South Ayrshire Council, to develop safe, direct and convenient shared use path links between Dundonald and Barassie and Loans and Troon railway station.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of the Council, will be carrying out essential footway resurfacing works on Titchfield Street, Kilmarnock.