The Scottish government has unveiled junction options for the A9 at Dalwhinnie.
The plans, which also include a number of fly-throughs, are part of the six-mile stretch to be dualled between Dalwhinnie and Crubenmore, and the government is seeking feedback from the local community before a preferred design option is selected next year.
Cabinet secretary for infrastructure, investment and cities, Keith Brown (pictured) said: “We are making good headway with the dualling programme, and I have seen for myself the 15 impressive design options being considered for junctions as part of the design work to dual the A9 at Dalwhinnie, giving the local community a series of early options to consider. I was particularly impressed with the fly-through images which give road users a real sense of what the new upgraded road could look like and how local access onto and around the A9 might work.
“These are key considerations as we take forward plans and, as consultation is at the heart of the A9 dualling programme, we would like the community’s thoughts as we narrow down the options to be taken to the next phase of development.”