COMMENTS AND FEEDBACK ON THE A9 DUALLING TOMATIN TO MOY PROJECT
Transport Scotland is very keen to receive comments and feedback from individual members of the community, in addition to the submissions from the Community Council, particularly on the following topics:
- The preferred route and junction option
- The Dalmagarry and Lynebeg/Moy area sub-options. The section of the project in the vicinity of Dalmagarry is heavily constrained, with the new dualled A9 to be routed between the Highland Main Line railway and Dalmagarry Farm and the floodplain to the south of the farm. Ongoing study and assessment of this area has resulted in the identification of five sub-options ....... All of these sub-options have markedly different engineering and environmental impacts and will have significantly different impacts on the access arrangements for Moy, Lynebeg and Ruthven.
PLEASE NOTE: In Sub-options C, D and E, the B9154 Tomatin to Moy link is removed. Traffic from Ruthven heading to Moy would use the single-track road to Tomatin grade-separated junction then head north on the A9 and leave at the Lynebeg left-in/left-out junction.
The options being considered at the Tomatin South (Slochd) Junction.
For Further Information:
You can contact AMJV Stakeholder Manager Robin Smith at any time.
Telephone: 07557 172 747
Or by post to:
A9 Dualling Project Team Stakeholder Manager
For further information on the Tomatin to Moy project, and to view the exhibition materials, drawings and visualisations, please visit:
For further information on the wider A9 Dualling Programme, please visit the Transport Scotland website at:
PLEASE SEND YOUR COMMENTS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, AND NO LATER THAN 10 JANUARY 2017