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Community vindicated over long battle for road crossings on A830

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RESIDENTS in Kilmallie, Bana vie and Corpach were vindicated this week after Transport Scotland finally accepted the need for controlled crossings on the A830.

Transport Scotland area manager David Devine met members of Kilmallie Community Council on Monday night to report that traffic surveys at Banavie swing bridge and the Co-op in Corpach showed there was a need for marked crossings with pedestrian controls.

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