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Construction of two slip roads to the east of the M876 junction with the A9 Stirling Road to the north-west of Larbert in the Falkirk Council area.
Conon Bridge Station reopened on 8 February 2013. The £600,000 project was delivered in partnership by Network Rail, First ScotRail, Highland Council, HITRANS and Transport Scotland.
The £11m redevelopment of Dalmarnock Station began in September 2011. The station was reopened on 6 December 2013 by Nicola Sturgeon MSP, Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure Investment & Cities.
Transport Scotland in partnership with Perth & Kinross Council, ScotRail, Network Rail and Tactran have delivered a lasting legacy ahead of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
This project involved the replacement of the existing vehicle barriers along the central reserve and nearside lane of the Erskine Bridge.
A series of works will be undertaken on the A985 Kincardine Bridge in several phases over the forthcoming years in order to maintain the structure. Phase 1 involved the re-waterproofing of the two Central Swing spans.
The Borders Railway has re-established passenger railway services, for the first time since 1969, from Edinburgh through Midlothian to Tweedbank in the Scottish Borders
The improvement work has removed a bottleneck, easing congestion on the A96 at Inveramsay Bridge.
The £3.23M Erskine Bridge Lighting and Electrical Refurbishment contract was substantially completed on 11 November 2016.
This section of the A96 Dualling Inverness to Aberdeen Programme involves a new dual carriageway between east of Huntly and Aberdeen. The next stage of assessment for this section of the dualling programme, which is the route options assessment, is expected to commence later in 2017 following the procurement of a design consultant.