Archive for the ‘transport’ Category
The â€˜ArtRoots fundâ€™ is now live and accepting applications! This is a fund for grants of between Â£100 – Â£1,500 for community groups to improve sections of the NCN with aesthetic improvements such as sculptures, landscaping, benches, murals and so on. It is open to applications until 10th February 2017 with all funding to be […]
4TH GENERATION TERM CONTRACT FOR MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF THE SCOTTISH TRUNK ROAD NETWORK â€“ NORTH WEST UNIT A828 NORTH OF BENDERLOCH â€“ CONSULTATION UPDATE We regret to inform you that due to an unforeseen quarry breakdown which has impacted on our resurfacing programme, the works on the A828 North of Benderloch due to commence […]
Sustrans have been undertaking route option appraisal and feasibility work for the gap section on the National Cycle Network (NCN) route 78 which exists south of Benderloch.Â During this time they have met with key landowners and the local communities â€“ all of whom are fully supportive of the NCN in the area and the […]
Following a number of incidents causing safety worries the Community council are working with the Council, land owners, Sustrans and Lochnell school to create a safe path from the Tralee road down by the bridge to the Sustrans /Safer route to school track under the old railway bridge. 30 Sept 2016 Reference: 16/02600/PP Officer: Judith […]
http://trafficscotland.org/lev A new service from Traffic Scotland, with web cams at Dalmally and the Rest and Be Thankful. Also Altnafeadh Could be very useful this winter ! Bookmark it for future reference.
Does anyone know what is happening the Connel Bridge? Once again the traffic backed up last evening – this time to the south – dangerously so.
Sounds like folks had fun last weekend visiting the airport at Connel. Airshow forum link lots of fun pics and nice comments
from For Argyll site http://forargyll.com/2010/09/a83-partially-blocked-by-landslide/ A new landslide has partially blocked the A83Â between the A 814 junction at Arrochar and the A819 junction at Inveraray. nothing on Travel Scotland site as yet. Seems like traffic is moving but on traffic lights.
Bonawe Quarry Notice of extra activity The quarry is involved in the work to resurface the road at Barcaldine this coming week. This means that from Sunday night – 11th July 2010 – there will be heavy goods vehicle activity on the Bonawe Road and Glen Salloch outwith normal hours. Ennstone Thistle say “This is […]