Repairs to Kessock Bridge in Inverness completed

An emergency repair project on the Kessock Bridge on the A9 at Inverness has been completed.

Research by Scotland Transerv has suggested that traffic volumes at peak times were a third lower than usual.

Commuters car shared, took public transport or altered their journey times to avoid congestion.

Resurfacing work to the bridge that could last for up to six months remains to be carried out and could be done sometime in the next two years.

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