Gaelic bilingual road signs on roads leading to ferry ports: EIR release
With reference to the introduction of Gaelic bilingual road signs on A82 and other trunk roads leading to ferry ports.
- Please provide details of all complaints received by Transport Scotland relating to the signs since their introduction began in 2002.
- The date on which each complaint was received.
- A summary of each complaint and a copy of the Transport Scotland response.
- The location of the complainants, e.g. Fort William, Oban etc.
- Please indicate whether the Scottish Government provided any funding to be used solely for the provision of the bilingual signs.
In 2009 the then Transport Minister Stewart Stevenson called a halt on the signs pending a review.
Please indicate the cost of the Transport Research Laboratory report and whether Transport Scotland met all the costs
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