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Spean Bridge, Roy Bridge and Achnacarry Community Council

SPEAN Bridge, Roy Bridge and Achnacarry Community Council held its November meeting at Kilmonivaig Church Hall recently.

Items discussed included: The road surface at the junction of the A82 and A86 had broken up in two areas. BEAR Scotland sealed the holes and promised an investigation to determine why the surface had deteriorated after two years.

Chairman John Fotheringham had written to Donald Cameron MSP who had offered to host a meeting with Transport Scotland at Holyrood to discuss local road safety issues including Telford Bridge, pedestrian crossings on the A82 and A86, trunk road access, speed limits, signs, Aonachan crossroads and repeated overnight closures on the A86.

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