In recognition of the Scottish Government’s wider commitment to promote active travel in Scotland, Transport Scotland is undertaking a Route Study into the provision of a Non-Motorised User (NMU) facility between the communities of Aviemore and Carrbridge. The initial phase of the Route study, the Baseline Assessment, was completed in the Autumn of 2019. A public exhibition was held in September 2019 to share the findings of the Baseline Assessment and seek public feedback on the corridor options which had been developed.
Following completion of the Baseline Assessment, Transport Scotland and consultants Atkins Mouchel Joint Venture (AMJV) have taken forward the next stage of the Route Study – the Options Appraisal. This included the development of route options for an NMU route within the two corridor options progressing from the Baseline Assessment.
We had planned to hold public exhibitions on the Options Appraisal in local community settings in Autumn 2020, however as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic we're not currently able to hold face-to-face public exhibitions.
We are therefore running a virtual exhibition, with a feedback period running from 17 November to 18 December 2020.
Register for updates
If you would like to receive updates about the Aviemore to Carrbridge Non-Motorised User (NMU) Route Study, for example invitations to future events, please complete a Register for Update card and then email it to the project team at ACNMU@wsp.com.