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Transport Scotland has delivered a 3.2 km extension to the dual carriageway at Crubenmore on the A9 between Perth and Inverness.
During 2012 Transport Scotland carried out essential repairs to the A9 Clunie Bridge.
This project involved the construction of a new 1km overtaking lane (1.7km scheme length), with associated drainage, surfacing and safety fencing improvements.
Junction improvements to and from the village of Bankfoot have been undertaken to remove right turn manoeuvres.
This scheme consisted of the provision of new slip roads on the west side of the A9 for Northbound travellers. The scheme officially opened on 26 May 2008.
Construction of a new 1.2 kilometre-long bridge across the Forth Estuary, together with 6.4 kilometres of approach road and associated works.
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.
Widening of single track length of A830 between Arisaig and Loch nan Uamh to allow for two way traffic.
The improvement work at Pulpit Rock has seen the removal of traffic signals and the re-introduction of two-lane carriageway.
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.