15 Publications from A96 Dualling Inverness to Aberdeen

A96 Online Dualling at Inverurie Supplementary Study October 2020

30 Oct 2020

A supplementary study investigating varying standards of online dualling through Inverurie to determine impacts and performance in relation to the scheme objectives.

Identification of Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) Stage 2 - Whole Route Options Report – October 2019 – Pass of Birnam to Tay Crossing – A9 Dualling

7 Oct 2019

A report summarising the identification of the whole route options included in the DMRB Stage 2 Route Options Assessment

Summary Report – Community Engagement Event – March 2019 – Pass of Birnam to Tay Crossing - A9 Dualling

13 May 2019

A summary of the community engagement event held on 26 and 27 March 2019 in the Birnam Arts and Conference Centre and any feedback received

SRRB – Final Assessment of Geometric Layout of Type A Lay-bys

1 Mar 2018

The purpose of this study is to investigate the implications related to changing the geometry, in particular the layout on both the merge and diverge tapers as a result of increasing the segregation island width. The findings should provide benefit not just for the A9 Dualling project, but for lay-by designs on the whole trunk road network.

Public exhibition summary report - November 2016 - Tomatin to Moy - A9 Dualling

25 Jul 2017

This report summarises the scope of the event and the reactions and comments of those who attended

Environmental Baseline Report - June 2017 - A9 Pass of Birnam to Tay Crossing

26 Jun 2017

The environmental baseline conditions for the A9 Dualling - Pass of Birnam to Tay Crossing

Sustainability Strategy - November 2016 - A96 Dualling

19 Jun 2017

Sustainability objectives have been developed to reflect the existing A96 Dualling Programme objectives, the needs of the A96 corridor and its communities, and the opportunities offered by a programme of this scale

A96 Dualling Inverness to Aberdeen Preliminary Engineering Services - Non-Motorised User Strategy

13 Jun 2016

The main objective of this paper is to develop a strategy for NMUs, by outlining high level principles and a hierarchy of provision considering potential usage and type

A9 Dualling Non-Motorised User (NMU) Access Strategy

27 May 2016

Formalising Transport Scotland’s position in relation to NMU access arrangements

Post Adoption Statement - Tier 2 SEA Environmental Report - A96 Dualling Inverness to Aberdeen

26 Feb 2016

This statement is the last formal output of the SEA process for the Dualling Programme and outlines how the assessment findings and the comments received through the consultation process have been taken into account

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