Commuters in Oban were left facing another day of travel disruption as engineering works saw the town’s main rail line close for an unplanned sixth day.
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.
Urgent repair works caused delays and forced commuters and day-trippers onto buses yesterday on the ScotRail Oban and Fort William lines to Glasgow.
The speed limit on a section of a notorious Highlands road is to be reduced.
Major repair work to the notorious A82 – costing almost £900,000 – was announced yesterday.
Police have narrowed the time frame in their appeal for a missing 63 year-old man who is believed to have started cycling from Fort William to his home in Fife.
Scotland's Transport Minister last night promised to tackle the problems on one of the most notorious roads in the Highlands - but warned that progress would not "happen overnight".
Roadworks will take place on the A85 Oban to Perth route next week.
A major study has been launched to find out why more local people do not travel on the picturesque West Highland Line.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a serious three vehicle crash.
Emergency services are at the scene of a second crash on the A85 between Crianlarich and Killin.
A new £5million road linking the Highlands to the central belt will cut journey times for motorists, it was claimed yesterday.
Emergency services are at the scene of a crash involving a car and a motorbike on the A84 Stirling to Crianlarich road.