General Updates

Women’s Virtual Cycle Festival 17 – 19 June 2020

Ayrshire’s Active Travel Hubs, in partnership with Sustrans, will be hosting a Women’s Virtual Cycle Festival from Wednesday 17 until Friday 19 June 2020. The annual Ayrshire Women’s cycle festival, which attracts hundreds of women each year, had to be...

Accessible Ayr

South Ayrshire Council is currently working in partnership with Sustrans to develop the Accessible Ayr project. Accessible Ayr aims to transform the accessibility of Ayr Town Centre for people on bike and foot as well as those with reduced mobility....

Re-Opening of South Ayrshire Household Waste Recycling Centres

South Ayrshire Council Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) will re-open on Monday 1 June at 8:00am. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to get everything ready for the much anticipated re-opening of our HWRCs. In addition to our HWRCs...

Travel Safely

Walking and cycling will reduce pressure on the public transport system and the road network during COVID19. Consider walking and cycling if you can. Where possible, try to maintain social distancing when you walk or cycle, for example when approaching...

Sustrans Outside In

Sustrans Outside In provides fun ideas and inspiration for parents to bring education, health and well-being activities into their home, activities include videos, games, weekly challenges, cycling, walking and scooting themed fun.  as well as themed activities all designed by...

Take extra care cyclists

On 23 March 2020, a series of measures were announced to delay the spread of the coronavirus – in order to reduce pressure on the NHS and save lives.  An average of 70 people per day were seriously injured (25,511)...

Watch your speed

With less traffic on the roads due to COVID-19, there appears to be an increase in vehicle speed and we would urge all drivers in Ayrshire to show restraint during this difficult period. We must all adhere to the relevant...

National road worker training programme launched in East Ayrshire

The launch of a national road worker training programme took place yesterday at East Ayrshire Council, marking a whole new approach to the training process and helping councils to reduce costs. The Scottish Roads Training Programme aims to benefit roads authorities...

ARA Civil Engineers visit Tarbolton Primary School

On Tuesday 14th January 2020 our Civil Engineering Technicians took part in Tarbolton Primary School’s weekly STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Event, sharing information on what Civil Engineering is and what the Ayrshire Roads Alliance does. Kirsty Smith from...

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