The Ayrshire Roads Alliance as part of its ongoing programme to improve the condition of the road network will be carrying out essential road resurfacing works on two sections of the A719 Dunure Road South of Ayr to Croy Brae.
To carry out these works safely and efficiently and to protect the roads operatives and the travelling public we will require to close two of these sections and implement additional Traffic Management measures. To minimise inconvenience the works which begin on Monday 19th August until Friday 6th September will only be undertaken between 09:30 and 15:30 hours each day and will be carried out in phases.
The proposed restrictions, timescales and affected areas are as follows;
Phase 1 – 19th August to 27th August 2019 – A719 Dunure Road south of Ayr, from a point just southwest of Old Lagg Farm to Fisherton.
Phase 2 – 28th August to 6th September 2019 – A719 Ayr Road from the Smithy Bridge, Dunure, south-westwards to a point just southwest of Drumshang before Croy Brae, a distance of approximately 2,500 metres or thereby.
Access for the Emergency services, pedestrians and local access to properties out-with the works area will be maintained. A diversion route suitable for all through traffic will be signed via Longhill Avenue, Ayr, B7024 Alloway Road to Maybole, Barns Terrace, Culzean Road and the B7023 to the A719 in both directions.
It is hoped that the resurfacing work will be completed within the timescales stipulated, however the work is weather dependent and any unforeseen difficulties could result in a delay.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance apologises for any inconvenience caused during these essential works.