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Transport Scotland are upgrading the A9 between Perth and Inverness to a dual carriageway, significantly improving journeys along this route.
A new grade-separated junction at Laurencekirk, as part of a package of additional investment alongside the Aberdeen City Region Deal
The Pass of Birnam to Tay Crossing section will give a 10.2km continuous dual carriageway, incorporating the existing dual carriageway at Pass of Birnam
This lay-by is a popular stopping point for tourist traffic, with a convenient location from which to view Loch Ness.
Transport Scotland is operating an improvements programme to address a number of long-standing issues along the route of the A82.
Transport Scotland are working to improve traffic flow at the Sherriffhall Roundabout, which currently experiences high levels of congestion.
This 16 km road from Crubenmore to Kincraig is being upgraded to dual carriageway as part of a wider programme to improve the A9 between Perth and Inverness
The purpose of the scheme is to improve the A737 trunk road from north of the B777 Wardrop Street to Manrahead Roundabout.
This section of the A96 Dualling Inverness to Aberdeen programme involves a new 46km dual carriageway between Hardmuir and the east of Fochabers
This section of the A96 Dualling Inverness to Aberdeen Programme involves a new 31km dual carriageway between the roundabout for Inverness Retail Park and a point approximately 3km east of Auldearn