– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 8th June 2007.

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Photo of Alex Johnstone Alex Johnstone Conservative

Question S3W-382

To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to upgrade the A82 Tarbet to Crianlarich trunk road.

Photo of Stewart Stevenson Stewart Stevenson Scottish National Party

The A82 Tarbet to Fort William Action Plan recommended a 10 year improvement programme at a cost of £90 million. The outcome of this study will feed into the Strategic Transport Projects Review which will examine the needs of our national strategic transport corridors. This is due to report in summer 2008.

Meantime, Transport Scotland is planning a £16 million improvement package to be delivered over the next five years. This package includes improvements at Pulpit Rock between Tarbet and Ardlui, a Western Bypass at Crianlarich, additional road safety measures, new lay-bys and picnic sites.

Road maintenance works have recently been completed on two sections of the A82 between Tarbet and Crianlarich in the vicinity of Pulpit Rock.

Transport Scotland has the operational responsibility for this area, and can be contacted for more information if required.

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