Scottish Government presses ahead with A96 dualling plan despite review – transportxtra
Rhodri Clark18 October 2021
Graeme Dey: ‘We have agreed to conduct a transparent evidence-based review of the programme’
The Scottish Government remains committed to dualling the A96 despite the scheme being under review as part of the cooperation agreement between the SNP and Scottish Green Party.
The A96 connects Aberdeen to Inverness. Draft orders for its £3bn dualling were published in 2016, and the Scottish Government had committed to completing the dualling by 2030. Three of the programme’s four stages are in preparation: Inverness to Nairn, including the Nairn bypass; Hardmuir to Fochabers; and…