A9 Tomatin to Moy


This 8.5km road between Tomatin and Moy is being upgraded to dual carriageway as part of a wider programme to improve the A9 between Perth and Inverness. Design work is being taken forward by our consultants Atkins Mouchel Joint Venture.

Community engagement

Community engagement is a priority with all of our projects. Working with those affected by the A9 dualling programme is at the heart of our planning and we regularly run engagement events to consult local communities, road users, businesses and individuals as our plans are progressed.

You can find details of engagement events below:

Public drop in sessions - May 2017

Public drop-in sessions were held to give local communities and road users the opportunity to see and comment on the outcome of ongoing design work for the dualling project between Tomatin and Moy on:

  • Thursday 18 May, 5-8pm, Strathdearn Primary School Hall, Tomatin IV13 7YN
  • Friday 19 May, 11am-5 pm, Strathdearn Village Hall, Tomatin IV13 7YN

Materials presented at the sessions

November 2016

Following identification of the preferred route for the Tomatin to Moy project, public exhibitions were held on Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 November 2016 in Strathdearn Village Hall in Tomatin to let the public view and comment on our plans.

A summary report of the drop-in sessions has been published:

Drawings / plans

October 2015

A public exhibition was held in the Strathdearn Hall, Tomatin on Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 October 2015 to let the public view and comment on initial design work, including route and junction options, for the Tomatin to Moy dualling project.

Documents provided for the exhibitions:

The report on this exhibition has been published:

A9 Tomatin to Moy exhibition summary

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
G1 3BX

Designing the route

This project has a number of considerations in the ongoing design process:

  • local accesses and non-motorised user (NMU) facilities
  • working alongside the Highland Mainline Railway
  • peat of ecological importance
  • areas of ancient woodland
  • land use of adjacent farms and estates.