Aviemore to Carrbridge non-motorised user route study


We are carrying out a route study into the potential non-motorised user (NMU) links for walking, cycling and equestrians between the communities of Aviemore and Carrbridge.

We, along with our design consultants Atkins Mouchel Joint Venture, have been working in consultation with Cairngorms National Park Authority, The Highland Council, Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership (HITRANS) and Sustrans since January 2019.

The first part of the route study covers a Baseline Assessment, which includes a review of existing policies, plans and NMU routes in the area, data collection and the identification and initial assessment of corridors where an NMU route can be located.

The second part of the route study covers an Options Appraisal which will assess the impacts and benefits of the route corridors in more detail and include a recommendation for a preferred route.

Community engagement

Community engagement is a priority with all of our projects and we will engage with local communities and seek public feedback at various stages of the route study.

Public Exhibitions – 25 and 26 September 2019

Public exhibitions are being held on 25 and 26 September to provide an update on the ongoing Aviemore to Carrbridge non-motorised user (NMU) route study.

Local communities will be able to see how the study is progressing and we will be seeking feedback on the options that have been developed for an NMU route linking the two communities.

Our officials and design consultants will be on hand to discuss the work and answer any questions.

Details of the public exhibitions are as follows:

Wednesday 25 September 2019

3pm – 8pm
Aviemore Community Centre,
Muirton, Aviemore PH22 1SF

Thursday 26 September 2019

2pm – 6pm
Carrbridge Village Hall
Main Road, Carrbridge, PH23 3BB

View the exhibition summary report and exhibition materials