Carriageway improvements at the A82 at Gollanfield are due to get underway on Sunday November 25 for two nights.
A pothole on a north road that has been patched more than 20 times may soon be repaired permanently, as tests by BEAR are announced.
Scottish motorists have been urged to take care when driving on seven routes branded the country’s most dangerous during winter.
Essential maintenance works on the A82 Tomnahurich Swing Bridge are set to begin on Monday with road users advised the road is to be closed to overnight to traffic.
Retiming a road closure from daytime to overnight is a battle won, claims the chairman of the influential development committee on Highland Council.
Police launched a new road safety campaign yesterday as it emerged the number of deaths on Highland roads this year has already surpassed the total figure for 2017.
Transport Scotland confirmed a perceived increase in the number of deaths on the A82 discussed by councillors may not be based on facts it holds.
Three people have been left with minor injuries following a two vehicle crash on the A82.
Overnight road surfacing worth £520,000 will take place on the A82 between Tarbet and Crianlarich next month which will see over 4km of the route resurfaced.
The A82 has now fully reopened after a two vehicle collision near Urquhart Castle left five people injured.
Inverness West councillor Alex Graham has commended proposals that would see improved access along the A82 in Inverness for pedestrian and cyclist access.
Planned improvements to pedestrian and cycle access along the A82 in Inverness have received a mixed reaction from the public at a consultation event in the city.
Police have launched an appeal for information after a woman was seriously injured in a collision on the A82 in Lochaber.
A motorist was left trapped in their vehicle this morning following a collision on the A82 near Oban.
A pedestrian has been taken to hospital following an accident involving a car on the A82 near Glencoe.
A casualty has been cut from the wreckage of a two car crash at the access road to the Corran Ferry just south of Fort William.
Major plans to make the Highland capital more accessible and safer will be unveiled at the end of the month.
Road users are being advised that the A82 just south of Drumnadrochit has been reduced to one lane to allow specialists from Forest Enterprise Scotland (FES) and BEAR Scotland to carry out an emergency inspection following a rock fall caused by a fallen tree.
An 18-month operation to fell trees has finally concluded near Primrose Bay on Loch Ness leading to 5,300 tonnes of timber being harvested.
When Lisa Prichard had a crash on a Highland road, she was rushed to hospital and needed an operation for her injuries.
A 64-year-old male motorcyclist has died following a crash on the A82 earlier today.
A four vehicle road traffic collision has restricted traffic on the A82 north of Glencoe. A Police Scotland spokesman confirmed a call had been received at 1.05pm with a partial blockage affecting the busy Highland road. No injuries have been reported as recovery for the vehicles involved is arranged.
A Highland road was blocked this morning after a crash between a car and a lorry.
The A82 was brought to a halt yesterday afternoon as a fallen tree wreaked havoc to motorists.
A pregnant woman was one of the occupants of a car which came off the road and skidded down an embankment at Fort Augustus.
Two female casualties have been taken to hospital after a serious road accident near North Ballachulish.
Firefighters tackled a 300-metre gorse fire next to the Caledonian Canal to on the west-side of Inverness overnight.
Plans for developing one of the busiest roundabouts in Inverness are to go on public display later this month.
The man who was found lying seriously injured on a busy Lochaber road at the weekend has died.
Officers were last night conducting door-to-door inquiries and pouring over CCTV in the hunt for clues after a man was found lying on a busy Highland road with serious head injuries.
A 44-year-old man has been seriously injured in an incident which took place in the early hours of this morning in Fort William.
Transport Scotland are to undertake a series of studies on one of the city’s busiest roundabouts this month as part of a £135 million improvement scheme.