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Survey shows majority of Inverness residents would like more dedicated cycle lanes

Survey shows majority of Inverness residents would like more dedicated cycle lanes

Survey shows majority of Inverness residents would like more dedicated cycle lanes

Bike Life, has revealed that four out of five people in Inverness think more cycle tracks separated from traffic would help them to cycle more.


Free bus travel for NHS workers plus service changes in bid to help tackle coronavirus situation

Free bus travel for NHS workers plus service changes in bid to help tackle coronavirus situation

Free bus travel for NHS workers plus service changes in bid to help tackle coronavirus situation

Stagecoach Highland is making more changes to its timetables in response to government advice on avoiding non-essential travel.


Highland Council car parks are free until further notice

Highland Council car parks are free until further notice

Highland Council car parks are free until further notice

Highland Council has made all its car parks free until further notice.


Mum wants to find out human cost of 'killer' A82 road

Mum wants to find out human cost of 'killer' A82 road

Mum wants to find out human cost of 'killer' A82 road

A grieving mum wants to recruit an army of families whose lives have been ripped apart by one of Scotland’s deadliest roads.


Additional night of work required on A82 at Drumnadrochit before coronavirus shutdown

Additional night of work required on A82 at Drumnadrochit before coronavirus shutdown

Additional night of work required on A82 at Drumnadrochit before coronavirus shutdown

Bear Scotland says work will be carried out tonight to make the area safe ahead of a temporary shutdown.


MSP ‘stunned’ by answer to question about investment in A82

MSP ‘stunned’ by answer to question about investment in A82

MSP ‘stunned’ by answer to question about investment in A82

MSP David Stewart has expressed disappointment the Scottish Government does not seem to know which sections of the A82 have benefited from roadworks.


Ticket price rise on hold to help ferry users during the coronavirus outbreak

Ticket price rise on hold to help ferry users during the coronavirus outbreak

Ticket price rise on hold to help ferry users during the coronavirus outbreak

Fares are being temporarily frozen on the Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services (CHFS) network to help island residents during the coronavirus outbreak.


Airports will close to scheduled flights to maintain lifeline and essential services

Airports will close to scheduled flights to maintain lifeline and essential services

Airports will close to scheduled flights to maintain lifeline and essential services

Airports across the Highlands and Islands will close to scheduled flights from Sunday in order to maintain lifeline and essential services.


Transport hub on track after mail sorting depot is sold

Transport hub on track after mail sorting depot is sold

Transport hub on track after mail sorting depot is sold

An ambitious plan to revolutionise transport in Inverness has taken a giant step forward.


Transport hub for Inverness back on track as sale of city centre site is sealed

Transport hub for Inverness back on track as sale of city centre site is sealed

Transport hub for Inverness back on track as sale of city centre site is sealed

An ambitious plan to revolutionise transport in Inverness has taken a giant step forward.


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