In 2014, Transport Scotland held public exhibitions to present the results of the A9/A96 Connections Study with Options C and D identified as the best performing options. Since then Transport Scotland has appointed Jacobs to take forward the next stage of assessment work, which is the route options assessment process, on the A9/A96 road connection between Inshes and Smithton.
Transport Scotland will hold public exhibitions on 23 and 24 August 2016 to update locals and road users on the route options under consideration for the scheme. The purpose of the public exhibitions is to explain how we have taken forward the options identified following the recent A9/A96 Connections Study and to give the public the opportunity to comment on the developing route options for the scheme.
Tuesday 23 August, 12 noon – 7pm
Inshes Retail Park, Inverness, IV2 3TW
Wednesday 24 August, 12 noon – 7pm
Murray Road, Smithton, IV2 7YU
Representatives from Transport Scotland, and their design consultants Jacobs, will be available to answer questions on the design and assessment work being carried out with a view to selecting a preferred option for the scheme in 2017.
Information presented at the exhibitions