A77 Maybole Bypass

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Scheme details

In planning or on hold
Bypass or realignment for use by all traffic
Transport Scotland
Region: Scotland
Scottish Government
5 km
3 miles

Construction of a new single two-lane road, with additional climbing lanes on hill sections, to carry the A77 trunk road around the west side of Maybole. At present the A77 passes along the High Street of the town, which is extremely narrow, and through a railway bridge which has limited height clearance.

The new road bypasses the town and also a significant length of existing road to the north-east. It will incorporate three new roundabouts; one at each end to tie in to the existing route and one at the junction with the B7023. There will be no other junctions.

The bypass will remove one of the most significant constraints on the A77 between Ayr and Stranraer.

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Transport Scotland: A77 Maybole Bypass

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This scheme was last updated on 6 January 2015.