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Police make Easter Covid travel plea

Police make Easter Covid travel plea

Police make Easter Covid travel plea

POLICE have urged people to stick to the new Covid restrictions this Easter – after the lockdown was eased slightly as of today.


War of words erupts as bitter strike threatens Easter rail misery

War of words erupts as bitter strike threatens Easter rail misery

War of words erupts as bitter strike threatens Easter rail misery

RAIL passengers in the Highlands face further disruption this Easter weekend, after the RMT confirmed it will push ahead with its latest strike.


Heavy rain sparks third day of rail misery

Heavy rain sparks third day of rail misery

Heavy rain sparks third day of rail misery

RAIL passengers in the Highlands were facing a third day of disruption on Tuesday after sustained rainfall sparked further cancellations and delays.


Heavy rain sparks train delays and cancellations

Heavy rain sparks train delays and cancellations

Heavy rain sparks train delays and cancellations

Rail passengers in the Highlands have been warned to expect disruption today – after several trains were cancelled amid a yellow weather warning


Local Greens call for Scottish Government to dual Highland main line

Local Greens call for Scottish Government to dual Highland main line

Local Greens call for Scottish Government to dual Highland main line

Around two thirds of the 118-mile line is still single track and has not been electrified


Busy Aviemore link road to be closed for repairs

Busy Aviemore link road to be closed for repairs

Busy Aviemore link road to be closed for repairs

The resurfacing works were meant to be carried out last year but hit by Covid delay


Between October and December 2020 train passenger numbers rise in the Highland

Between October and December 2020 train passenger numbers rise in the Highland

Between October and December 2020 train passenger numbers rise in the Highland

A total of 140 million rail journeys were made in Great Britain in October, November and December 2020.


Free bus travel for 42,000 Highland young people this summer

Free bus travel for 42,000 Highland young people this summer

Free bus travel for 42,000 Highland young people this summer

The Scottish Green Party has struck a budget deal that will see free bus travel extended to all young people aged 21 and under.


Overnight essential road maintenance planned for A9 Craighulan Bridge north of Pitlochry

Overnight essential road maintenance planned for A9 Craighulan Bridge north of Pitlochry

Overnight essential road maintenance planned for A9 Craighulan Bridge north of Pitlochry

The project will involve teams replacing the deck expansion joints which will help ensure the structure continues to operate safely for years to come.


Significant milestone as four more A9 dualling schemes given approval

Significant milestone as four more A9 dualling schemes given approval

Significant milestone as four more A9 dualling schemes given approval

Statutory orders for these four schemes, totalling more than 35 km, is well under way with publication expected over the coming months.


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