Examples of bridge options being developed to cross the River Spey near Kingussie in Scotland have gone on display this week as part of the consultation process for the A9 dualling scheme.
Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities Keith Brown said:
“The Crubenmore to Kincraig dualling scheme is the latest of the dualling design work going on public display this week.
“With construction well underway on the 10km Kincraig to Dalraddy scheme, the first section out of around 128 km to be dualled, we are now seeking views on this challenging section which includes the River Spey and Insh Marshes.
“Before taking any decisions on what is the most practical and suitable bridge design, we want to hear from locals and road users. We will consider all the feedback received before developing a preferred route option for the section between Crubenmore and Kincraig in late 2016.”