Hitrans

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The Outdoor Access team of the Highland Council have recently completed eight small-scale projects to improve active travel on core paths. The funding of £30,000 came from HITRANS (the Highlands & Islands Transport Partnership) Path Improvement Fund.

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Works are due to get underway this Spring on the installation of new community and visitor facilities in the centre of Dounby. The £1 million project, at the Market Green in Dounby - situated between the Smithfield Hotel and the community school pitch - will see the erection of a new toilet bl

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A high level feasibility study into the construction of a bridge or tunnel across the Corran Narrows in West Lochaber has concluded that a fixed link is a viable proposition from an engineering, planning and economic perspective that deserves more detailed examination and costing.

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A study is underway into the feasibility of replacing Scotland’s second busiest ferry service with a fixed link bridge or tunnel. The Highland Council, HITRANS and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) are joint funding the study at the Corran Narrows in Lochaber.

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Plans have been drawn up to shape the future of Academy Street in Inverness and complement a planned major upgrade of the railway station and revamp of the Victorian Market. HITRANS, the regional transport partnership for the Highlands and Islands, is launching a period of consultation over its

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Detailed plans have been released for a proposed new railway station to Inverness Airport. Highlands and Islands transport body Hitrans has proposed constructing a stop at Dalcross close to the airport on the Inverness to Aberdeen line at a cost of £2 million.

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