Drivers get second-class deal

By Cheryl Livingstone

Published: 14/11/2012

Drivers who face long delays when repair works start on the Kessock Bridge are being treated as “second-class citizens”, it was claimed yesterday.

The commuters, described as the “foundation of the local economy”, were urged to protest before it is too late. Transport Scotland is to resurface the Kessock Bridge – which connects the Highland capital to the north and carries the A9 Inverness to Thurso road – in two phases.

The work is due to start in February and will be completed by June, 2014.

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