Snow is taking its toll on the north for a second day.
A Highland politician is urging the new transport minister to make improving the A82 Inverness-Glasgow road a priority.
Transport Scotland has been criticised for taking three and a half years to repair a lifeline Highland route that was reduced to a single lane by a major landslip in 2011.
Work to stabilise the steep hill beside the A82 in an area which suffered a serious landslide in October of last year is due to start later this month.
A woman has been injured in a two-vehicle crash on the A82 Fort William to Glasgow road near Bridge of Orchy this afternoon.
A new £5million road linking the Highlands to the central belt will cut journey times for motorists, it was claimed yesterday.
Motorists using the A82 Inverness to Glasgow road are being warned to expect delays next month due to a £125,000 resurfacing project in Lochaber.
A fluid spill is affecting the southbound carriageway of the A82 Inverness to Glasgow road between Spean Bridge and Fort William. Motorists are being warned to approach with caution and to expect delays.
Roadworks on the Ballachulish Bridge are almost complete, say maintenance company Bear Scotland.
One of the Highlands' main tourist routes is currently blocked after an accident west of Invermoriston.
The speed limit on a 3.8-mile stretch of the busy A82 Inverness to Glasgow road will be cut as part of new road safety plans.
A woman had a lucky escape when the car she was driving left the A82, smashed through a fence and ended up on its side this morning.
Police, fire and ambulance services have been called to a one car accident near Fort William railway station.
A spate of accidents kept police in north Argyll busy yesterday.
A lifeline link to the Highlands has been branded Scotland's "Cinderella" road and likened to routes in Third World countries.
Motorists who regularly use the A82 are being warned that road works on a Lochaber bridge will take two weeks longer than expected due to bad weather.
The A82 Fort William to Inverness road is currently closed following an accident in which a car left the road and went down an embankment
Emergency services were kept busy yesterday dealing with a spate of crashes in the Highlands, which caused disruption for hundreds of motorists.
A car overturned on the A82 between Fort William and Glasgow after skidding on mud and stones thrown onto the road by a lorry that hit a verge to avoid an accident, a court heard.
Emergency services are at an accident on the A82 Inverness-Fort William road in the centre of Inverness.
One of the Highlands main tourist routes is partially blocked after a three car collision
A biker clocked at 97mph in heavy rain lost his licence and was fined £650 at Oban Sheriff Court today.
A car has crashed on the A82 Inverness-Fort William road just north of Drumnadrochit.
The A82 Inverness to Fort William road is to be closed north of Fort Augustus for two further nights for essential repairs.
A car is in a field after crashing off the A99 Wick to Latheron road.
One of the north's busiest roads will be closed overnight for essential repairs until Friday, November 7.
Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) yesterday denied tree felling operations on a steep bank above the A82 had contributed to landslides that closed the busy trunk road for 30 hours.
The Scottish Government has been urged to ensure tree-felling work in the north-west Highlands does not trigger landslides which lead to road closures.
Forestry Commission Scotland has come under fire from people who believe tree felling on a steep bank above the A82 may have contributed to one of the landslides that closed the road at the weekend.
The A82 trunk road between Fort William and Ballachulish is to reopen at 3.30pm today.
The A82 Inverness to Glasgow road remains closed between Fort William and Onich this morning following a landslip caused by heavy rain yesterday.
Vehicles which were stranded between two landslides on the A82 Fort William-Glasgow road have been escorted out of the area.