Works to begin on A738 this weekend!

Scotland TranServ is set to deliver a programme of works on the A738 from Dalry Road to McLuckie Drive commencing on Friday 14 October.

Over £280k will be invested by Transport Scotland in resurfacing the route which is used by almost 10,000 vehicles each day.

 The safety of our operatives, supply chain and road users is a top priority therefore a full road closure will be in place over one weekend with 24 hour working from 8.00pm on Friday 14 until 6.00am Monday 17 October.


Andy Fraser, operating company representative, Scotland TranServ said:

“Across Ayrshire, we are continuing to invest on behalf of Transport Scotland to deliver an important improvement programme and long-term, tangible benefits supporting commuters, businesses and communities across South West Scotland.

“This vital maintenance scheme will ensure this section of the A738 is in excellent condition for years to come and we have programmed the works carefully over one weekend to help keep disruption to a minimum.”

Motorists can keep up to date with real time traffic information by visiting or following @Traffic Scotland on Twitter.  Advanced warning signs will also be in place on the approach to inform motorists that roadworks are taking place.

Towards West Kilbride – Traffic should follow the A737 from Dalry Road to Lauchlan Way. Continue along the A737 Irvine Road and turn left onto Eglinton roundabout and take the 3
rd exit onto the A78 heading Westbound towards West Kilbride.

 Towards Dalry – Traffic shall exit the A738 Stevenston Road, onto the A78 travelling Eastbound. Continue along the A78, traffic will then exit at Eglinton roundabout, joining the A737 Irvine Road. Traffic will continue along the A737 Irvine road, Lauchlan Way and Dalry road, heading Northbound towards Dalry.

For further information please contact:

Scotland TranServ Press Office (24/7, 365 days per year): 0141 218 3838.

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