Is M77 closed tonight?

There are currently no incidents reported on the M77 south.

Why is the M74 shut?

The contraflow system currently installed on the M74 Junction 6 works site is scheduled to be removed by Sunday 11th October 2021. In order to facilitate this there will be a series of overnight closures at this location with signed diversion routes in place.

Where is the M74 closed?

M74 – Junction 9 Southbound – Closure The M74 Southbound at junction 9 is currently closed due to essential overnight roadworks.

How long is the Rest and Be Thankful diversion?

Distance: 58.8 miles. o Eastbound: At Inveraray, turn left onto the A819 then follow the road until Dalmally – Turn right onto the A85 and continue until Tyndrum – Turn right onto the A82 and follow the road to Crianlarich – Turn right onto A82 and follow the road until Tarbet. Distance: 58.8 miles.

What’s the problem on the M74?

There are currently no incidents reported on the M74 south.

When will the M77 motorway be closed in January 2022?

• Tuesday 18th January 2022 – From 6am until 4pm, there will be daytime lane closures of the M77 main carriageway at Junction 4 to allow for material cooling. It is anticipated all works will be completed by 6am Sunday 23rd January 2022.

Where is the M77 motorway in Scotland?

The M77 is a relatively new motorway forming the main road south from Glasgow, zipping traffic in and out of the city and bypassing the boring old A77. For about twenty years it existed only as a tiny spur, joining the M8 at a huge free-flowing junction. It was first extended to bypass the urban sections of the A77.

How long is the M77?

The original M77 was a short 1.5-mile (2.4 km) spur route which took traffic from the M8 motorway in the Kinning Park area of Glasgow, ending at a roundabout on Dumbreck Road close to Bellahouston Park, although prior to this there had been an unused spur running to roughly Ibrox telephone exchange on Gower Street.

What happened to the A77 Between Newton Mearns and Fenwick?

The original segment of the A77 between Newton Mearns and Fenwick that previously carried the traffic now accommodated by the M77 has been converted into a two-lane single carriageway with cycle lanes. The remainder of the road through Newton Mearns has been converted into a two-lane dual carriageway with cycle lanes.