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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Winter road clearing priorities in Badenoch and Strathspey agreed by Highland councillors

Winter road clearing priorities in Badenoch and Strathspey agreed by Highland councillors

Winter road clearing priorities in Badenoch and Strathspey agreed by Highland councillors

Road map of prioritised gritting routes is approved


Section of whisky road south of Dalvey to benefit from £165,000 investment

Section of whisky road south of Dalvey to benefit from £165,000 investment

Section of whisky road south of Dalvey to benefit from £165,000 investment

Warning of roadworks from next week on the A95 by Cromdale


Fears grow for the future of Badenoch and Strathspey's railway ticket offices

Fears grow for the future of Badenoch and Strathspey's railway ticket offices

Fears grow for the future of Badenoch and Strathspey's railway ticket offices

"Time to oppose these potential cuts is now – not when they become official Scottish Government policy"


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