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Talks agreed over Highland air traffic control operations

Talks agreed over Highland air traffic control operations

Talks agreed over Highland air traffic control operations

25 October 2021

Airport bosses and a union have agreed a timetable for talks over the implementation of the proposed air traffic management strategy (ATMS).


Strike action avoided

Strike action avoided

Strike action avoided

19 October 2021

Strike action on the bus network in Inverness and the rest of the Highlands has been avoided as agreement reached between Stagecoach and Unite union.


Hydrogen hits the Highlands

Hydrogen hits the Highlands

Hydrogen hits the Highlands

04 October 2021

Inverness to trial hydrogen bus this month.


VIDEO: Old friend goes for a run on the Strathspey Steam Railway line

VIDEO: Old friend goes for a run on the Strathspey Steam Railway line

VIDEO: Old friend goes for a run on the Strathspey Steam Railway line

30 September 2021

HST125 returned into service on a trial run for tours


Revised Stagecoach timetable serving new hospital in Aviemore is welcomed

Revised Stagecoach timetable serving new hospital in Aviemore is welcomed

Revised Stagecoach timetable serving new hospital in Aviemore is welcomed

30 September 2021

Badenoch and Strathspey Community Transport Company will fill 'the inevitable gaps in provision'


New Aviemore hospital included in Stagecoach bus timetable revisions

New Aviemore hospital included in Stagecoach bus timetable revisions

New Aviemore hospital included in Stagecoach bus timetable revisions

29 September 2021

Bus operators also announced new Sunday service trail to Inverness and reduced journey time


MSP calls for rail and track improvements across the Highlands

MSP calls for rail and track improvements across the Highlands

MSP calls for rail and track improvements across the Highlands

23 September 2021

Emma Roddick says ‘I find it bizarre that ScotRail is using current passenger numbers to justify service reductions’


Call for better communication from Hial

Call for better communication from Hial

Call for better communication from Hial

14 September 2021

Highland and Islands Airports Limited's communication over Air Traffic Control Services has been "dreadful" according to Ariane Burgess MSP.


Hial and Prospect discuss Air Traffic Management Strategy project

Hial and Prospect discuss Air Traffic Management Strategy project

Hial and Prospect discuss Air Traffic Management Strategy project

13 September 2021

Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (Hial) and the Prospect union could have reached an alternative method of delivery of the controversial project.


Loganair set to restart Inverness to Dublin flights

Loganair set to restart Inverness to Dublin flights

Loganair set to restart Inverness to Dublin flights

09 September 2021

Loganair will recommence its Inverness to Dublin service for the first time since before the pandemic from May 27 next year.


Rail passengers are encouraged to wear face coverings

Rail passengers are encouraged to wear face coverings

Rail passengers are encouraged to wear face coverings

02 September 2021

ScotRail, Network Rail Scotland, and British Transport Police are calling on passengers across the rail network to wear a face covering.


Mole cuts through railway embankment in preparation for the A9 dualling from Tomatin to Moy

Mole cuts through railway embankment in preparation for the A9 dualling from Tomatin to Moy

Mole cuts through railway embankment in preparation for the A9 dualling from Tomatin to Moy

31 August 2021

Work is under way as Network Rail engineers prepare for reconstruction of the rail bridge by Moy


Highland Council members respond to Scottish Government commitment on A9 dualling

Highland Council members respond to Scottish Government commitment on A9 dualling

Highland Council members respond to Scottish Government commitment on A9 dualling

26 August 2021

Council convener Bill Lobban welcomes reassurances to deliver dualling


New £96m dual section of the A9 to open next week

New £96m dual section of the A9 to open next week

New £96m dual section of the A9 to open next week

26 August 2021

Opening of new-look Perthshire carriageway will improve journey times from the strath to the Central Belt


Contractor search paves the way for dualling of the A9 between Tomatin and Moy

Contractor search paves the way for dualling of the A9 between Tomatin and Moy

Contractor search paves the way for dualling of the A9 between Tomatin and Moy

19 August 2021

The next stage of the A9 dualling programme is taking a step nearer completion as the Tomatin to Moy phase opens up for potential contractors


Highland Council and partners issues urgent A9 appeal to Scottish Government

Highland Council and partners issues urgent A9 appeal to Scottish Government

Highland Council and partners issues urgent A9 appeal to Scottish Government

16 August 2021

Fears Covid and Holyrood power-sharing pact with Greens could hit big money roads projects in region


Roadworks set for A9 near to Newtonmore

Roadworks set for A9 near to Newtonmore

Roadworks set for A9 near to Newtonmore

13 August 2021

Overnight surfacing improvements worth £180,000 will start later this month and last for five nights


Essential repairs under way on A86 bridge by Newtonmore

Essential repairs under way on A86 bridge by Newtonmore

Essential repairs under way on A86 bridge by Newtonmore

13 August 2021

Work to extend the lifetime of the bridge is expected to last for six weeks


Airport bosses maintain plans for air traffic control services will deliver safer air navigation for decades

Airport bosses maintain plans for air traffic control services will deliver safer air navigation for decades

Airport bosses maintain plans for air traffic control services will deliver safer air navigation for decades

11 August 2021

Bosses of airports in the Highlands and Islands say they cannot guarantee air connectivity unless they move forward with the modernisation programme.


Scotrail to end physical distancing rules

Scotrail to end physical distancing rules

Scotrail to end physical distancing rules

10 August 2021

Scotland’s Railway has ended the one metre plus policy of physical distancing at its stations and onboard trains.


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