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A82 Glencoe Village to South Ballachulish – Consultation

BEAR Scotland, working on behalf of Transport Scotland, are proposing to carry out essential carriageway maintenance works on a section of the A82 Trunk Road within Glencoe Village. Works are currently programmed to commence Sunday 18th June 2017 and are expected to be completed by 30th June 2017. Following initial discussion with frontage businesses, public transport providers and the Road Haulage Association, operations have been programmed overnight to minimise disruption.

Details of the traffic management arrangements and timings of the works are detailed in the attached letter and plans.

Should you have any comments or require any further information regarding our proposals, please do not hesitate to contact myself as shown in the letter.


Keith Robertson

Engineer | Planned Maintenance

BEAR Scotland | North West Unit


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