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Probe begins into Stornoway traffic

PLANS are being developed by the Stornoway Port Authority, CalMac and Comhairle nan Eilean Siar to reduce congestion on Shell Street at the entrance to Stornoway ferry terminal.

The introduction of the MV Loch Seaforth on the route has seen an increase in traffic around the Stornoway ferry terminal, and this together with later arriving vehicles, has seen particular issues during the early morning and lunchtime check in period.

Councillor Uisdean Robertson, chairman of the comhairle’s transportation and infrastructure committee, said: ‘We are, of course, very pleased that the reduction in fares and the provision of additional capacity on the route mean that more people want to travel to, from and within the Outer Hebrides.

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