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Fife Council has announced it wants to dual the notorious A92 from Glenrothes to the Tay Road Bridge on safety grounds. The Courier reports that the authority views the ambitious proposal as a long-term aspiration and is dependent on both agreement and funding from the Scottish Government.

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Fugro has commenced ground investigations along a 45.8-kilometre section of the A9 road, under a £2.5million contract for Transport Scotland. The contract is for an advanced phase of ground investigation of the superficial deposits and bedrock along the A9, from Pass of Birnam to Glen Garry.

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A bypass around Selkirk could reduce chronic health conditions such as asthma, according to a retired GP. Dr Lindsay Neil has called for the new road to be one of the key priorities should a bid for £1 billion worth of "city deal" funding be successful.

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Shepherd Engineering Services has secured a multi-million pound contract to deliver Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) services to the new £1.4 billion Queensferry Crossing over the Firth of Forth in Scotland. The two-year project will see Shepherd deliver MEP systems for the replacement roa

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Video footage showing the construction of the first major structure as part of the £500 million M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project has been released by Transport Scotland. The time lapse footage reveals the new rail bridge, weighing in excess of 2,000 tonnes, sliding into its final position o

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Infrastructure secretary Keith Brown Construction work signalling the start of the A9 Dualling Programme moved a step closer yesterday with confirmation of the intention to award the first major contract to a joint venture of Wills Bros Civil Engineering and John Paul Construction.

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Work on a section of the new £1.4 billion road bridge over the River Forth ground to a halt after a routine concrete pour went wrong. A source on the project said it was “a miracle” no one died when pipes carrying concrete from sea level to an upper deck on the new Queensferry Crossing burst ea

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Option C for the Longman junction The emerging findings of a major study looking at a range of options to help tackle congestion, improve accessibility and support future planned development along the A96 in Inverness has recommended that the Longman roundabout should be grade-separated.

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Transport Scotland has announced investment of a million pounds in the coming financial year to resurface the M74 between junctions 6 and 12. The first stage of the programme, which is being carried out by Scotland Transerv, will begin at the end of this month and see more than £250,000 of repairs

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Jacobs UK Ltd has been awarded a £30 million contract to take forward work for the first section of the A96 dualling programme.

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Derek MacKay A taskforce will be convened to oversee the completion of infrastructure works and the deployment of MV Loch Seaforth on the Stornoway-Ullapool route, Minister for Transport and Islands Derek Mackay announced today.

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