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Easter Ross A9 surfacing work by BEAR Scotland set to cause disruption for some townsfolk in Tain for much of March


By Hector MacKenzie

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A map of the area affected.
A map of the area affected.

TEMPORARY road restrictions to allow surfacing work on an Easter Ross stretch of the A9 will affect people living in parts of a town there for almost a month.

The planned restrictions will be put in place to allow BEAR Scotland to safely carry out surfacing works on the A9.

Work is due to start at the beginning of next month.

The following temporary right turn manoeuvre and left turn manoeuvre prohibitions will come into force from 7pm on Monday, March 1 and will be in place until 7am on Friday, Friday, March 26.

A9: Right turn into Rosemount Road, Tain.

A9: Left turn intoRosemount Road, Tain.

A9: Right turn into Hunting Hill Road, Tain.

A9: Left turn into Hunting Hill Road, Tain.

Rosemount Road, Tain: Right turn into the A9.

Rosemount Road, Tain: Left turn into the A9.

Hunting Hill Road, Tain: Right turn into the A9 .

Hunting Hill Road, Tain: Left turn into the A9.

During this time, access will be maintained for pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles employed to carry out the works.

For all other road users, a signed diversion will be in place for alternative routes.


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