Published: 19/10/2017 06:00 - Updated: 12/10/2017 17:11

Plans for major new road north of Inverness take step forward in 1971

IC 200, Inverness Courier


PLANS for dual carriageway forming part of a new A9 route were debated by Inverness County councillors at a special meeting in March.

They agreed the proposed new road between Inverness and Invergordon should be routed across the Black Isle at a cost of £11.4 million.

They recommended it should include a level crossing over the Beauly Firth between the Longman and North Kessock and a dual carriageway to Tore where it would split into a single carriageway bypassing Conon Bridge and linking with the A9 north of Maryburgh. Alternative proposals that it should be routed as a dual carriageway along the lines of the existing A9 via Kirkhill, Beauly and Muir of Ord were rejected.

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