Register of public roads
The Register of Public Roads is a register of all roads adopted by Ayrshire Roads Alliance within the boundary of the East Ayrshire and South Ayrshire local authorities.
The list includes:
|A class roads (such as A70)
|B class roads (such as B730)
|C class roads (such as C123)
|U class roads (such as U21)
|All other adopted roads without numeric classification (such as Western Road, Kilmarnock)
The Register of Public Roads is under continual review and is regularly updated with new information and corrections, you can view the Register of Public Roads below:
Alternatively you can call us on 01563 503 160 to arrange an appointment to view the register at the following locations.
|The Register of Public Roads for East Ayrshire can be viewed at
15 Strand Street
|The Register of Public Roads for South Ayrshire can be viewed at
Burns Statue Square
Non Adopted Roads
New roads can be built by developers to a standard that allows them to become adopted once they are finished.
If the road was built before 1985, to become adopted, the owner must pay for any necessary upgrading to bring the road to an acceptable standard.
Transport Scotland, as an executive agency of the Scottish Government, is the roads authority for all trunk roads and motorways in Scotland. They have appointed Scotland TranServ as the trunk road operating company for the South West Scotland Unit.
||Scotland TranServ is responsible for carrying out all trunk road maintenance including the provision of winter service on the A76, A77 (from south of Fenwick) and A78 trunk roads in East and South Ayrshire.
||Connect Roads is responsible for carrying out all road maintenance including the provision of winter service on the M77 motorway in East Ayrshire.