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Video | A9 dualling scheme fly-through

A9

A video detailing the A9 dualling scheme from Dalwhinnie to Crubenmore has been released by Transport Scotland.

Source: Transport Scotland

The route is being designed by a joint venture between CH2M and Fairhurst. The video covers upgrades to the junction at Dalwhinnie as well as other changes along the 11km section.

The Dalwhinnie to Crubenmore route is one of 11 sections of the £3bn A9 dualling project, which aims to improve the road connectivity over 129km between Perth and Inverness.

Although design is ongoing for the Dalwhinnie to Crubenmore route, other parts of the scheme are near completion: the 7.5km Daldry to Kincraig section will be the first to finish this summer, having been in construction since autumn 2015. All 11 sections of the scheme are due to finish by 2025.

 

 

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