A77 blocked after lorry spills its load of vegetables
The road is down to one lane after the crash between Girvan and Cairnryan on Thursday.
The A77 remains blocked after a lorry overturned and spilled its load of vegetables and blocking the road for more than 24 hours.
The crash happened shortly after 5pm on Thursday between Girvan and Cairnryan in Dumfries and Galloway.
The road will be down to one lane until 11.30pm on Friday, when it will be closed for three hours while the lorry is recovered.
It is believed to have been carrying a load of vegetables including carrots and onions.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: "Police responded to an overturned veg lorry on the road, it will be closed later and the vehicle will be retrieved.
"Ambulances were on the scene but no one was injured. The road should be open again tomorrow."
Scotland Transerv, which is responsible for trunk roads in the south west of the country, decided to delay closing the route to minimise disruption for travellers headed to the Stena Line Ferry port at Cairnryan.
Temporary traffic lights will remain in place on the A77 until Saturday night while repairs are made to a roadside barrier.