Amey, on behalf of Transport Scotland, are undertaking essential resurfacing on the A77 at various locations from Friday, February 10 until Wednesday, February 15. 

This work will be carried out in three sections, with Section One involving the reconstruction of approximately 529m of the A77, Section Two involving the reconstruction of approximately 545m, and Section Three involving surface patching of smaller areas of the A77 carriageway.

This scheme will benefit around 8,000 vehicles using this route each day according to Amey, by improving the condition of the carriageway and reducing the need for more extensive maintenance in the future. 

The work will be carried out using a full weekend closure between 7pm on Friday, February 10 and 6am on Monday, February 13 2023, and two overnight road closures on Monday, February 13 and Tuesday, February 14 from 7pm-6am.

Amey has confirmed that southbound traffic will exit the A77 at Shallochpark Roundabout onto the A714 and follow to North Barnkirk, turning right onto the unclassified road to South Barnkirk and then turning right onto the A75 and continuing westbound towards Stranraer before taking the A751 to Innermessan and re-joining the A77 northbound towards Cairnryan.  

Northbound traffic will take the A77 southbound and turn left onto the A751 then left onto the A75 eastbound towards Newton Stewart, turning left onto the unclassified road at South Barnkirk then left onto the A714 at North Barnkirk and following to the A77 Shallochpark Roundabout. 

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