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Delivering a shared Council roads and transportation service across East and South Ayrshire


We are committed to providing accessible services which meet the needs and expectations of our customers. To do this, we regularly carry out consultation exercises across a range of services and topics.


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Current Consultations

Current Consultations
Consultation Closing Date
East Ayrshire Council - Waiting and loading restrictions - Rugby Park, Kilmarnock 26/08/2022
Sweco - Ayr to Prestwick - Active travel route  12/08/2022
East Ayrshire Council - Provision of road bumps - B7036 Barony Road, Auchinleck  06/07/2022
East Ayrshire Council - Provision of road bumps - New Farm Loch, Kilmarnock 06/07/2022
South Ayrshire Council - Loans to Troon Active Travel Corridor - Phase 3 10/06/2022
Sweco - A70 Ayr to Cumnock Improvements 06/06/2022
Scottish Futures Trust - Pathfinder Project - electric vehicle survey 02/05/2022
East Ayrshire Council A735, B769 and B778, Stewarton 30 mph Speed Limit and Revocation 18/03/2022
Sustrans Prestwick to Dundonald Walking and Cycling Consultation  10/06/2022
B7072 Hurlford Road, Riccarton replacement of existing and provision of new road humps    24/12/2021
South Ayrshire Council Active Travel Strategy  12/11/2021
Draft Flood Risk Management Strategies and Local Flood Risk Management Plans 31/10/2021
East Ayrshire Council Proposed Amendments to Waiting and Loading Restrictions and Designated Parking Spaces 12/11/2021
South Ayrshire Council Bridge of Coyle Weight Restrictions 23/06/2021
South Ayrshire Council improved walking and cycling provisions between Dunure and Fisherton 05/07/2021
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Closed Consultations
 Consultation Closing Date

30mph Speed Limit Queen’s Drive and B7072 Hurlford Road, Kilmarnock

Findings -

No objections were received during the advertisement period


Sustrans Street Design Project - Hurlford Developed Design Consultation

Findings -

Thank you to everyone who responded to the consultation, the comments received are now being used to shape the proposals further.


East Ayrshire Council Rugby Park Match Day Parking Consultation

Findings - 

Consultation Results


East Ayrshire Council Walking Wheeling Cycling Public Engagement Survey 

Findings - 

Thank you to everyone who completed a survey, participated in an 1 to 1 session, placed a barrier or suggestion on the map or otherwise promoted or interacted in this engagement. SWECO will be using all feedback received to develop the active travel strategy.


East Ayrshire Council Proposed Stopping up of Richardland Road, Kilmarnock

Findings - 

No Objections received.  The Order has now been confirmed


East Ayrshire Council Proposed Puffin Crossing on Hill Street, Kilmarnock 

Findings - 

Findings – No Objections received.  The crossing will be installed as part of the housing re-development in this area.



Traffic Regulation Orders

From time to time we review Traffic Regulation Orders and make changes as appropriate.  


A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) is a legal order. They are made in order to control the flow of traffic and make sure that people park safely and conveniently. 

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 Contact Information 

Phone: 01563 503 160

E-mail: enquiries@ayrshireroadsalliance.org

Address:  Ayrshire Roads Alliance, Opera House, 8 John Finnie Street, Kilmarnock, KA1 1DD