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Road operator’s wide load concern

ROADS operator BEAR Scotland has told The Lochaber Times it flagged up its own concerns about wide loads being moved through Fort William at one of the busiest times of the year.

Asked to comment on local frustrations over the transport of giant dump trucks from Glensanda Quarry on the Morvern Peninsula, a BEAR Scotland spokesperson said: ‘We always encourage the transportation of particularly wide loads to be undertaken outside busy, weekday periods to minimise the disruption caused.

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