The Old Military Road in Argyll has reopened this morning following a safety inspection.
The route was shut last night as a precautionary measure due to conditions on the hillside above it.
The closure came just hours after it reopened following a landslip at the weekend.
Although it is now open again – sparing motorists a 60-mile diversion – drivers are being advised to check the latest travel advice before setting off and allow extra time for their journey.
The road is currently planned to remain open tonight with strict safety protocols in place, and BEAR Scotland has said the diversion will be reviewed on a daily basis.
#A83 #RestAndBeThankful: Old Military Road is now **OPEN** following safety inspection this morning. Please allow additional time for journeys and check @trafficscotland for the latest information before setting off. pic.twitter.com/ni7t0gCNlD
— BEAR NW Trunk Roads (@NWTrunkRoads) September 16, 2020
The Rest and Be Thankful remains shut.
Meanwhile, a section of the West Highland Way railway has reopened after being closed since the weekend.
Train services between Fort William and Bridge of Orchy have been reinstated following a safety inspection.
The line was shut due to a landslip.
However, services between Fort William, Crianlarich and stations south of there remain affected.
Rail replacement transport is in place there.
UPDATE: We've been able to reinstate some train services between Fort William & Bridge of Orchy.
Travelling between Fort William & Crianlarich, or stations south of there? We still have rail replacement transport in place though. pic.twitter.com/y69gX0TlwW
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) September 16, 2020