Beith Road Designs To Go On Show – Derek Mackay
A public exhibition of the preferred option for the scheme including proposed junction improvements near Beith at Head Street/Wardrop Street and Barrmill Road, will be held in the local community centre on Friday 27 March, and locals are invited along to see the plans for themselves.
Mr Mackay said:
“The Scottish Government is working hard to improve the trunk road network in North Ayrshire and also right across the country. This road improvement scheme at Beith, along with the Dalry Bypass and the A737 The Den schemes, which are all currently being taken through their statutory processes, underlines our commitment to communities in North Ayrshire and the surrounding areas.
“When completed, the new junctions at Beith will help improve the road system around the town, improve traffic flow and bring additional road safety benefits. This can only be good news for road users and the local community alike, and I would urge anyone in the area with an interest to come and see for themselves the plans and let us hear their views.”
Details of the public exhibition:
Friday 27 March 2015
12.00 noon – 7.30 pm
Beith Community Centre, King’s Road, Beith, Ayrshire KA15 2BQ
The exhibition material can be viewed from Friday 27 March at: http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/project/a737-improvements-beith
As well as having the opportunity to discuss the preferred option with representatives from the design team on the day, the public can leave comments in the box provided at the exhibition or send them to Transport Scotland’s design consultants, Amey, at the address below by 12 April 2015:
Lanarkshire, ML1 4UR