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  • Dalmarnock Station

    Complete

    Construction work on this £11m project commenced in September 2011 and the station was formally reopened on 6 December 2013.

  • Aberdeen to Inverness Rail Improvements

    In Preparation

    Delivering significant journey time improvements and greater connectivity for both passenger and freight services operating on the Aberdeen to Inverness rail corridor.

  • A9 dualling Perth to Inverness

    In Preparation

    This £3 billion project involves the upgrade of 80 miles of single carriageway along the A9 between Perth and Inverness by 2025.

  • M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements

    Under Construction

    This major infrastructure project will complete the Central Scotland motorway network, with benefits including less congestion and safer, quicker journeys.

  • Upgrading Gleneagles Station for 2014

    Complete

    Transport Scotland in partnership with Perth & Kinross Council, ScotRail, Network Rail and Tactran have delivered a lasting legacy ahead of the 2014 Ryder Cup.

  • A82 Crianlarich Bypass

    Complete

    A new bypass has been constructed where the A82 and A85 meet at Crianlarich, to tackle the congestion experienced by road users during the busy tourist season.

  • A82 Allt Chonoglais Bridge Replacement

    Complete

    This £1.8 million project replaced the previous structure with a stronger bridge. The improvement was part of the A82 Bridge Strengthening & Replacement Programme and the new bridge was opened to traffic on 15 August 2013.

  • A898 Erskine Bridge Vehicle Barrier Replacement

    Complete

    This project involved the replacement of the existing vehicle barriers along the central reserve and nearside lane of the Erskine Bridge. 

  • A82 Pulpit Rock

    Complete

    The improvement work at Pulpit Rock has seen the removal of traffic signals and the re-introduction of two-lane carriageway.

  • A83 improvements

    Under Construction

    Following the recommendations of the A83 Route Study, undertaken by Jacobs, Transport Scotland has developed a programme of progression for improvement works, targeting a number of issues along the route.

  • A75 Hardgrove Project

    Complete

    This £9 million project involved  the construction of a new 3.6 kilometre stretch of the A75, between Carrutherstown and Upper Mains Farm in Dumfries and Galloway, providing improved overtaking facilities in both the east and westbound directions.

  • Conon Bridge Station

    Complete

    The £600,000 project was delivered in partnership by Network Rail, First ScotRail, Highland Council, HITRANS and Transport Scotland.

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