Engagement with directly affected communities and businesses is at the heart of Transport Scotland’s projects and is a vital part of our work as we develop our ambitious plans to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness. These engagement events regularly take place along the route.
Public exhibitions are being held to let the public see, and comment on, proposed junction layouts for the Dalraddy to Slochd dualling project.
Public drop-in - November / December 2017
Public drop-in events are taking place in Aviemore on 30 November 2017, and Carrbridge on 1 December 2017. The sessions will give visitors an opportunity to see the development of the design following identification of the preferred route earlier this year. This will include details on access and side road arrangements, Non-Motorised User (NMU) provision, drainage design and the location of lay-bys.
Preferred Option - March 2017
Public exhibitions were held in Aviemore on Thursday 2 March and Carrbridge on Friday 3 March 2017 to let locals and road users see and comment on the preferred option for the Dalraddy to Slochd project.
Change of address for AMJV Stakeholder and Lands team
Please note that from 9 March 2018 the Atkins Mouchel Joint Venture Stakeholder and Lands team are based at:
Atkins Mouchel Joint Venture
110 Queen Street