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Lights out... but not much longer; Highland Council says replacement part will give fix for Inverness city centre traffic signals the green light


By Alasdair Fraser


Traffic lights have been broken in Castle Street for at least two weeks.
Traffic lights have been broken in Castle Street for at least two weeks.

A SET of Inverness city centre traffic lights which has out of order for more than a fortnight should finally be fixed by the end of this week.

People crossing Castle Street near the Castle Tavern bar have been unable to use the popular pelican crossing.

With fast-moving traffic descending from and climbing Culduthel Road, the lights are frequently used, while the junction with Haugh Road is also busy with traffic.

A spokeswoman for Highland Council said: "We are aware of the current issues with the traffic lights in Castle Street and can confirm the controller requires to be replaced.

“A replacement controller was ordered and it should be fitted and working by the end of this week."



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