During repairs, we mostly replace the Surface, Binder and Base course.
Busier roads have depths that are deeper to cater for the additional traffic.
There are seven TRISS teams in the South East.
– A1 between Old Craighall and Haddington
– A720 between Gogar and Old Craighall
– M8 Junction 1 to Junction 6
– M90 between M9 J1a and M90 Junction 3 (Halbeath)
– A9000 between M90 Junction 1 (Scotstoun) and Ferrytoll Junction including Forth Road Bridge (southbound includes the Public Transport Corridor between Echline and the A90 at Scotstoun, and northbound includes the slip road on to the Forth Road bridge from Echline and the slip from the A90 to the B800)
– A90 between Dalmeny and M90 Junction 1 (Scotstoun)
– A823(M) Pitreavie Spur
– A985 between M90 Junction 1C(Admiralty) and A876 Higgins Neuk Roundabout including Kincardine Bridge
– A977 between Kilbagie Roundabout and A985 Longannet Roundabout
– A876 / M876 between Kilbagie Roundabout and M9 Junction 7
– M9 from M8 to M9 Junction 11 (A9 Kier Roundabout)
– M80 Junction 8 to Junction 9
– M876 (M80 to M9)
The M80 DBFO TRISS team covers junction two to junction eight of the M80 DBFO.
The North West has two TRISS teams, one in Inverness and one in Inverary. The North West TRISS routes cover:
– A9 from Tore, through Inverness, to Daviot
– A82 from Longman Roundabout to the junction with General Booth Road
– A82 from Stoneymollan Roundabout to Tarbet (This is a seasonal route running from 1 April to 30 September each year)