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Find out about transport projects in Scotland including news, maps, progress reports, community updates and other resources.

Details of the Scottish Government's priorities for transport investment priorities for the next 20 years are available from the Scottish Transport Projects Review (STPR).

  • M8 Hillington Footbridge Replacement

    Under Construction

    Proposed replacement M8 Hillington footbridge

  • A9 Crubenmore to Kincraig

    In Preparation

    A9 Crubenmore to Kincraig is one of the 12 schemes that form the Scottish Government’s £3 billion A9 Dualling between Perth and Inverness. The 18.4km scheme is currently being designed by CH2MHill/Fairhurst Joint Venture on behalf of Transport Scotland with the intention of developing route options and progressing the scheme through the statutory process.

  • A9 Dalraddy to Slochd

    In Preparation

    A9 Dalraddy to Slochd is one of the 12 schemes that form the Scottish Government’s £3 billion A9 Dualling between Perth and Inverness. The 24.1km scheme is being designed by Atkins/Mouchel Joint Venture on behalf of Transport Scotland with the intention of developing route options and progressing the scheme through the statutory process. 

  • A9 Dalwhinnie to Crubenmore

    In Preparation

    A9 Dalwhinnie to Crubenmore is one of the 12 schemes that form the Scottish Government’s £3 billion A9 Dualling between Perth and Inverness. The 7.7km scheme is currently being designed by CH2MHill/Fairhurst Joint Venture on behalf of Transport Scotland with the intention of developing route options and progressing the scheme through the statutory process.

  • A9 Glen Garry to Dalwhinnie

    In Preparation

    A9 Glen Garry to Dalwhinnie is one of the 12 schemes that form the Scottish Government’s £3 billion A9 Dualling between Perth and Inverness. The 12.2km scheme is currently being designed by CH2MHill/Fairhurst Joint Venture on behalf of Transport Scotland with the intention of developing route options and progressing the scheme through the statutory process.

  • A9 Killiecrankie to Pitagowan

    In Preparation

    More details of this process can be found at the A9 Dualling strategy web page.

    Engagement with directly affected communities and businesses is at the heart of Transport Scotland’s projects and is a vital part of our work as we develop our ambitious plans to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness. These engagement events regularly take place along the route and details can be found on the Community engagement web page.

  • A9 Pitagowan to Glen Garry

    In Preparation

    A9 Pitagowan to Glen Garry is one of the 12 schemes that form the Scottish Government’s £3 billion A9 Dualling between Perth and Inverness. The 10.8km scheme is currently being designed by Jacobs Engineering on behalf of Transport Scotland with the intention of developing route options and progressing the scheme through the statutory process.

  • A9 Pitlochry to Killiecrankie

    In Preparation

    A9 Pitlochry to Killiecrankie is one of the 12 schemes that form the Scottish Government’s £3 billion A9 Dualling between Perth and Inverness. The 5.7km scheme is currently being designed by Jacobs Engineering on behalf of Transport Scotland with the intention of developing route options and progressing the scheme through the statutory process.

  • A9 Tomatin to Moy

    In Preparation

    More details of this process can be found on: http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/road/a9-dualling-strategy

  • A9 Tay Crossing to Ballinluig

    In Preparation

    More details of this process can be found on: http://www.transportscotland.gov.uk/road/a9-dualling-strategy

  • A830 Dearg Bridge Replacement

    Complete

    Transport Scotland replaced the old life expired A830 Dearg Bridge over the Dearg watercourse 4 mile west of Glenfinnan with a new wider bridge designed to modern standards.

  • A830 Garbh Bridge Replacement

    In Preparation

    This is a scheme to replace the existing life expired A830 Garbh Bridge over a watercourse 5 miles west of Glenfinnan. The bridge works will be undertaken by Transport Scotland’s Operating Company BEAR Scotland Ltd. Work will commence in April 2015 for a period of 9 months.

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