North Ayrshire communities are being invited to have their say on the proposed design for the A737 Dalry Bypass road scheme.
The invite comes as Transport Scotland publishes the draft Road Orders and Environmental Statement for this scheme which will help separate local from strategic traffic and lead to improved safety for both road users and the local community in and around Dalry.
People keen to see the designs are invited to Dalry Primary School on Friday 9 August.
Transport Minister Keith Brown said:
“This Scottish Government is committed to delivering much-needed schemes that help ease traffic congestion for communities like Dalry, while speeding up journeys for road users.
“The Dalry Bypass when completed will encourage improved economic and employment opportunities through better journey time reliability for motorists and businesses along the length of the A737.
“I would encourage local people to take the opportunity next week to visit the public exhibition and offer their comments on our proposals for this scheme which will bring lasting benefits for anyone travelling in this part of North Ayrshire.”
Subject to completion of the necessary statutory procedures, construction will commence in 2014.
The public exhibition is being held in Dalry Primary School from 12 noon – 7.30 pm. Location: Dalry Primary School, Sharon Street, Dalry.