The Ayrshire Roads Alliance Gritter Tracking provides details of current winter service vehicles operating in East and South Ayrshire.
As vehicles travel, their location updates on the map - this is based on most up-to-date location provided and shows the last 10 hours of vehicle movements.
Please note that this Gritter Tracking Map only gives the last recorded position and route of the gritters and snow ploughs. It does not give any indication or guarantee of the current condition of the road network.
Road conditions can deteriorate quickly in severe weather, even when they have been gritted or ploughed. Drivers are advised to always drive in accordance with the prevailing road and weather conditions and if possible, to avoid any unnecessary journeys during periods of bad weather.
Grit bins are viewable at neighbourhood scale - zoom into the map or select an area from the drop down list
Gritter icons represent the most recent active location with a diminishing blue line indicating history over time
Gritters are only visible during out of hours which is from 4pm - 8am, Monday - Sunday
Please note that the Ayrshire Roads Alliance is not responsible for Trunk Roads.
Transport Scotland, as an executive agency for the Scottish Government, is the roads authority for all trunk roads and motorways in Scotland.
They have appointed Amey as the trunk road operating company for the South West Scotland Unit. Amey is responsible for carrying out all trunk road maintenance including the provision of winter service on the A76, A77 (from south of Fenwick) and A78 trunk roads in East and South Ayrshire.
Connect Roads is responsible for carrying out all road maintenance including the provision of winter service on the M77 in East Ayrshire.