Four overnight closures ofM74 southbound carriageway between Junction 4 Maryville & Junction 5 Raith
The M74 southbound carriageway between Junction 4 Maryville and Junction 5 Raith will closed overnight for four nights.
Road surfacing works will run from 8pm to 6am, commencing Monday, September 20.
As a result, the following link road and slip roads will be closed:
- M73 southbound link road to M74 southbound Junction 4 Maryville
- M74 southbound on slip road from Glasgow Road, Uddingston (A721)
- M74 southbound off slip road to Bothwell Services
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Signed diversion routes will be in place.
These closures are required to ensure road user and road worker safety whilst these essential road surfacing works are undertaken and have been scheduled overnight to minimise disruption to traffic. The road will reopen at 6am each day.
These works will be carried out by Scottish Roads Partnership (SRP) on behalf of Transport Scotland to maintain the integrity and safety of this route. The works have been planned in consultation with Transport Scotland, Traffic Scotland, Glasgow City Council, North Lanarkshire Council and the emergency services.
Please note, all works are weather dependent and may be cancelled or rescheduled if weather conditions are not favourable.
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If you have any enquiries regarding these works, please contact SRP on 0800 042 0188 or [email protected]
Real-time journey information can be obtained by visiting www.trafficscotland.org or via Twitter: @TrafficScotland
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