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Work on £310,000 traffic-free Elgin route completed

Moray Council transportation technician Katherine Forrest (right) with Sustrans community links officer Aileen Brand on the upgraded path Image copyright Moray Council

A £310,000 project to provide a traffic-free route for cyclists and pedestrians through a busy part of Elgin has been completed.

The track is aimed at encourage walking and biking to the new Elgin High School for pupils and other members of the community.

The 1km long path has been funded by sustainable travel charity Sustrans.

Moray Council transportation technician Katherine Forrest said it offered safe space for cyclists and pedestrians.

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