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Details of roadworks related to the A9 Dualling Programme will be provided here.

Our contracts will require construction to be carried out in a manner that aims to minimise disruption for road users and residents. Traffic management measures, such as speed limits and coned-off areas are necessary to protect both road users and road workers. Our contractors will be required to:

  • keep open one lane of traffic in both directions to minimise disruption, where possible;
  • implement speed restrictions (e.g. 40mph) on sections of the A9 affected by works for the safety of road workers and road users;
  • restrict any lane closures to night-time and periods when less disruption is expected. Road closures may be required for specific activities such as bridge beam lifting, demolition, rock extraction and constructing carriageway tie-ins;
  • implement restrictions to the use of certain roads during construction if necessary; and
  • work with Transport Scotland to keep road users and those affected by restrictions informed.

Contractors will be incentivised to bring dualled lengths of the road into operation on a phased basis where possible once works on those phases are complete , even if work on other phases of their contract are ongoing.

Information from Traffic Scotland on any live incidents and planned traffic management works along the A9 can be found at

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