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There has been considerable – and understandable – frustration over transport matters in the Lochaber area. The concern is not limited to any single issue but covers the whole remit of transport, including roads, rail services and ferries.

As a result, we must seek to take positives from the visit by the transport minister, Humza Yousaf, to Fort William this week. Mr Yousaf’s presence at a transport forum was welcome and he seems to have engaged well with the other stakeholders. Mr Yousaf appears to have been commendably honest – yet also realistic – in his assessment of the problems affecting Lochaber and the likelihood of solutions and money being found.

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